A little bit of your spare time makes a world of difference for our pets. 100% of every dollar goes to saving pets lives. Raising awareness, having fun, making a difference. See how we've made a difference; celebrate our happy pets and their families.


We come from a wide variety of backgrounds; students and teachers, clubs and civic leaders, young and old. And, we have one thing in common, a commitment to saving the lives of homeless pets. We are the Homeless Pets Foundation, a 100% volunteer run organization dedicated to promoting responsible pet ownership while placing adoptable dogs and cats in forever homes. Dr. Michael Good, owner of Town and Country Veterinary Clinic, founded the organization when he saw first-hand the need to get adoptable pets out of overcrowded shelters to prevent unnecessary euthanasia.

To help the Homeless Pets Foundation, please consider adopting a Homeless Pet, fostering a Homeless Pet, walking a Homeless Pet, making a donation, or starting a Homeless Pet Club in your community!


Donate what you can today to help

100% of your tax deductible donation goes directly to helping dogs and cats in need.

Tenasity & Homeless Pets

Homeless Pets' official dog & cat trainers.
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Online Pet Store

Shop our online pet store for great pricing on your pet's common pet medications and the Homeless Pets Foundation receives 10% in sales.
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Homeless Pet Clubs

When student groups, businesses, clubs and organizations use their social networks to find home for adoptable dogs and cats, everyone wins.
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Kroger Rewards

You can now support Homeless Pets Foundation just by shopping at Kroger. To get started, follow these instructions to enroll your Kroger Plus Card in Kroger Community Rewards (if you don’t have a Kroger Plus Card, they are available at the customer service desk at any Kroger).
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Vaccination Clinic

Come visit Dr. Good's Veterinary Clinic on May 17th, 2015 for a special vaccination clinic that includes testing for infectious diseases. Click here to read more.
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