20 Ways to Help a Shelter Without Donating Money

Giving back and making a difference doesn’t always have to mean giving dollars.

Here is a list of over 20 items that are most commonly found on shelter wishlists. Contact your local shelter and ask if there is anything specific they need most! It’s an easy way to help give needy dogs all the comforts of home… the home they’re waiting for.

  • Dog Toys (Squeaky, rope, etc.)
  • Blankets and Towels
  • Kennels and Crates
  • Dog Food*, dry and wet, puppy and adult  *unopened
  • Dog Treats and Training Treats
  • Pill Pockets
  • Leashes
  • Collars
  • Laundry Detergent
  • Bleach
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Floor Cleaner
  • General Cleaning supplies (rubber gloves, mops, anti-bacterial, glass cleaner, etc.)
  • Paper Towels
  • Stainless Steel Dog Bowls
  • Dog Brushes and Grooming Tools
  • Pooper Scoopers and Baggies
  • Garbage Bags (all sizes)
  • Gift Cards: Petcare stores, Gas, Wal-Mart, Target, etc.
  • Office Supplies: Pens, Paper, Staplers
  • Digital Cameras

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