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At dogIDs, we improve the lives of dogs. Whether we’re supporting shelters with our Sponsor.Dog program, volunteering our time or connecting our customers to causes we care about, we give with a purpose. Now it’s your turn!
In January 2015, we launched our “Paw It Forward” initiative. At checkout, dogIDs customers are given the opportunity to donate to dog-related nonprofits. dogIDs will match 10% of the donations made up to $1,000 to the featured partner each month.
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RedRover has been helping animals and humans in need since 1987. As a bi-national organization, RedRover offers prevention, treatment and emergency care for animals in crisis.
The Grey Muzzle Organization improves the lives of at-risk senior dogs. They believe that older dogs deserve to live out their golden years in comfort and surrounded by love. Sadly, many senior dogs find themselves alone, afraid, and at-risk in shelters across the country. The Grey Muzzle Organization creates happy endings to these heartbreaking stories--on a national scale. They improve the lives of at-risk senior dogs by providing grants and other resources to animal welfare organizations nationwide.
Founded in 1944, North Shore Animal League America is the world’s largest no-kill animal rescue organization. During its 70-plus years of innovation, Animal League America has rescued more than 1,000,000 dogs and cats, becoming a recognized leader in animal welfare and a pioneer in the no-kill movement.
Founded in 2007, Military Working Dog Team Support Association Inc. is an all volunteer, non profit organization whose mission is to support military working dog teams, veteran dog handlers, retired military dogs and war dog memorials.
With a goal of providing veterinary care around the globe, World Vet knows the importance of giving back. World Vets currently has over 3,600 volunteers in 42 countries.