Celebrate DOGust
with DOGS RULE.®

All proceeds help dogs get
homes through our shelter
and rescue grants.

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New pulse survey shares
insights from shelters
and rescues.

Fostering is up and so are first-time fosters!

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Millions of dogs
need your help now.

Your donation helps us help dogs find
loving homes.

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Kaylee, Joshua’s human companion, says it best: “He wandered into my heart and adds color to my laughter and purpose to each and every day.”

Helping dogs get
(forever!) homes.

Celebrating foster parents who adopt
with FOSTER TO FOREVER™ kits. Plus,
our Foster Love tees support grants
for shelters and rescues.

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Congratulations to
Stevie Wonderful,
2020 Rescue
Dog of the Year!

Your donation can help save
more shelter dogs like Stevie.

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Stevie Wonderful was blind and lost when he was found. But with care and love, he has become a beacon of hope. Today he has a loving family and is a canine greeter bringing joy at Cleveland Clinic. His enduring spirit is why we chose him as PEDIGREE Foundation’s 2020 Rescue Dog of the Year.

Every dog deserves
a loving home.™

Learn more about our mission
and vision.

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Schroeder was in a cage at the shelter when Tara first saw him, but, as she puts it, “his charisma couldn’t be caged!”

When disaster strikes,
we're here for you.

Our disaster relief grants help nonprofit animal welfare
organizations affected by natural disasters.

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“Thanks for donating. I’ll pay you back with loving licks.”
Nora is one of the four million dogs that find themselves in shelters every year. Your donation goes toward supporting shelters and rescues that are working to get more dogs adopted.
When disaster strikes,
we’re here for you
PEDIGREE Foundation now provides disaster relief grants to nonprofit animal welfare organizations impacted by natural disasters.
If you love dogs, here’s how you can help right now.
Success stories from our partners in helping dogs

Rider’s Story

Rider’s Story

Rider’s rescue has two parts. First he was rescued from a kill shelter by a family that could only foster him. Then, by chance, their kid’s principal saw Rider and adopted him.

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