Pet Shelters

 

Purina supports a number of shelters throughout Australia in its mission to deliver high-quality pet food nutrition to aid pet adoptions.

 


At Purina, we strongly believe that pets and people are better together, and we recognize the importance of organizations and charities that advocate for pet welfare. We understand that sometimes circumstances change, and it becomes difficult to care for a pet. That's why we are proud to support a range of associations that provide a responsible avenue for pet surrender and rehoming. By adopting a pet from one of these organizations or charities, you're not only enriching their life but also your own!

As part of our commitment to animal welfare, Purina provides our partners with access to high-quality, complete, and balanced food. We are dedicated to helping champion animal welfare and helping pets find their forever homes. If you represent a pet organization and are interested in partnering with us, please don't hesitate to get in touch. We look forward to hearing from you! Below are some details around our current partners.

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Animal Aid

For 75 years, Animal Aid has provided essential services for animals in need, including shelter, adoption, boarding, grooming, training, and veterinary care. With locations in Coldstream, Sale, and Bairnsdale, this respected organisation is dedicated to animal welfare.

Since 2023, Purina Australia has proudly served as Animal Aid's exclusive food partner within their shelters. By supplying high-quality food, we contribute to the well-being of the animals in their care. This partnership allows Animal Aid to focus on their vital work of improving animal lives.

Learn More About Animal Aid
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