Help Us Feed Them All
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT! WE ARE PARTNERING WITH 412 FOOD RESCUE FOR A SPECIAL PEOPLE AND PUPS FOOD DONATION EVENT ON FIRDAY MAY 22 FROM 1PM TO 3PM. BOTH DOG FOOD AND PEOPLE FOOD WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE SAME EVENT. PLEASE VISIT OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION.
Animals are facing an unprecedented feeding epidemic. Over the next few weeks, as the economic devastation takes hold due to the Covid-19 crisis, people will be facing the daunting challenge of choosing to feed their animals or their families. The ripple effect of this could completely bring the shelter system crashing down as people will be forced to dump their animals to feed themselves. Shelters are not prepared for the level of potential intake that could occur if people are forced to make that awful choice.
In order to spare the lives of these animals No Dog Left Behind is working to get food into the hands of families with pets to keep these animals where they belong, inside their loving homes, offering comfort during this crisis.
One pound of food costs us $0.50. If you donate as little as $5 you can help a family receive ten pounds of food which could help extend the time they need until this crisis is over. Please, help us today to keep these animals safe.
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Helping Over 1000 Families
Learn how No Dog Left Behind helped the Pittsburgh community feed their pets.
Delivering Rachael Ray’s Nutrish Food
With a fresh delivery of 40,000 pounds of Nutrish Dog Food we set out to fly the food to a rural shelter.
Watch A Food Delivery
No Dog Left Behind Flew 1000 pounds of food to rural shelter who had run out and helped a local food bank feed pets from low income families.
Food Donation Gallery
Since this crisis started No Dog Left Behind has already donated 43,000 pounds of food to shelters and groups in the area.
Watch CBS’s News Coverage
Watch and learn as CBS News covers the first shipment of 43,000 pounds to be delivered.