Dogwalkers was inspired by leisurely strolls around the block with our own pup Bailey. Though Bailey has unfortunately passed on, her legacy lives on through the unwavering passion that the brand maintains for helping animals in need nationwide.

That is why, a portion of proceeds from every Dogwalkers product purchased goes back to deserving animal shelters across the country, to ensure more dogs are loved, and walked, often!

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TJO Foundation for Animals   Foundation for TJO Animals

The Foundation for TJO Animals is a non-profit organization committed to improving the health and welfare of the animals at the TJO Animal Control and Adoption Center. When animals need a little extra love and care, the foundation is able to lend a helping hand to pay for medical treatments and rehabilitation that would otherwise not be available.

With the funds provided from generous donations, the organization is able to provide each sick and injured animals with the best care they can provide. 

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Nevada SPCA Nevada SPCA

Nevada SPCA is a charitable non-profit organization that relies on generous donations of fellow Dogwalkers and animal lovers like you to help make a difference and keep our animals safe and healthy. 

The organization takes animals of all shapes and sizes, including dogs, cats, rabbits, and other small pets. Each pet is treated like family, given their own name and identity to allow them to let their own unique personality shine through. The Nevada SPCA strives to place every animal that comes into their care into loving homes where they can thrive, provide companionship, and maintain rewarding relationships. 

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PetConnect Rescue PetConnect Rescue 

PetConnect Rescue is a registered non-profit organization with a mission is to save the lives of abandoned dogs and cats and place them in loving and permanent homes. The rescue frequently saves dogs and cats who are on the verge of being euthanized in another shelter. 

With the help of donations and volunteers, they are able to step forward and take in animals whenever and wherever there is the greatest need. PetConnect gives cats and dogs who were once hopeless, a second chance at finding a loving permanent home. 

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TAPS Animal Shelter TAPS No-Kill Animal Shelter

TAPS is a no-kill shelter that gives hope to any and every hopeless animal that comes in the door. They consider themselves the temporary sanctuary that allows their animals a greater opportunity to find their forever home.

The shelter relies on the help from donations and volunteers to create a comforting temporary home that’s dedicated to community outreach and education, aggressive spay/neuter, rehabilitation and training programs to ensure a loving partnership for life.

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Dogs playing for life non-profit organization Dogs Playing for Life

Dogs Playing for Life is a nonprofit organization dedicated to redefining the importance of quality of life for sheltered dogs. The organization helps shelters create better experiences for sheltered dogs through the introduction of playgroups and individualized training.

When shelters have the opportunity to improve the quality of life for their dogs, adoption rates rise, and fewer dogs will fall through the cracks of the system. Dogs Playing for Life has served hundreds of thousands of dogs in shelters through playgroup seminars and enrichment programs. They are committed to continuing their efforts to ensure every dog has a fighting chance to find a forever home.

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Martinsville Henry County SPCA Martinsville Henry County SPCA

The Martinsville-Henry County SPCA is a nonprofit organization that is located in Martinsville, Virginia operating since 1974. They are dedicated to saving and preserving the lives of as many animals as possible and placing them into forever homes. They operate an adoption center and dog park in Martinsville, Virginia. The MHCSPCA also offers a small pet food donation bank out of our building.

The organization relies on donations to keep them running and volunteers to help us out. They welcome and encourage everyone to visit them. In 2021, we opened the Louise R. Lester Spay & Neuter Clinic to focus on providing basic low-cost veterinary care and spay/neuter options for the community members of Martinsville and Henry County.

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The Bond Between

The Bond Between is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that focuses on the bond between humans and animals. They were founded in 2009 as Secondhand Hounds. Since then, the organization has rescued over 29,000 dogs and cats with the help of thousands of fosters, volunteers, and supporters in our community.

Their organization has grown from a rescue to a first-in-its-class animal wellbeing organization… now The Bond Between! They continue to provide safe shelter, proper veterinary care, and daily necessities for animals while working hard to help them build a bond with humans. The Bond Between also focuses on supporting the bonds that already exist between people and pets with our pet food shelf, respite foster care program, and focus on social services. The Bond Between wakes up every morning saying YES to connecting people and animals, caring for them, and helping them fill each other’s hearts.

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Homeward Bound Homeward Bound

Homeward Bound is the leading animal welfare agency in the region with the highest intake and the highest save rate, achieving a 94.5% save rate in 2023. Their animal welfare and community service programs are supported by contributions, grants and bequests for program continuation and operational expansion.

Homeward Bound cares for any animal regardless of the reason which may include a pet surrendered by their owners due to medical issues or financial limitations, a stray animal that has been abandoned as well as any animal that has suffered extreme neglect from starvation and medical treatment. Every day they provide quality medical care and housing for our animals as they strive to find them new loving homes or reunite lost pets with their owners.

As the animal shelter exclusively responsible for service to the City of Camden, as well as one of the top treatment providers in the County, Homeward Bound took in over 5,700 animals in 2023 from 16 municipalities in Camden County. Despite the overwhelming intake numbers it remains their mission to end companion animal homelessness in Camden County and beyond through community awareness and responsible ownership.

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