The Pet Beastro supports several local organizations
In 2018 alone we donated over $25,000 in products and services to our community!
Donations are provided through:
- Our monthly spin to support a local rescue, nominated through our Facebook page.
- Reusable bag credit donations (click here to learn more)
- Sample packet donations
- Seasonal Catalog shares
- Photos or activities for holiday parties and events
- Misc. Store and Manufacturer donations
If you would like to be considered in our monthly donation program, please contact [email protected]
Police K-9 Units
We offer all K-9 police dogs and even Pawcifer Donut (only police cat we know of) and their handlers with free food, treats and chiro appointments to keep them healthy and active to do their job keeping us all safe! We love working with units in Hazel Park, Warren, Troy and other metro Detroit cities. We have supported the PLEA Foundation as well.
We offer a free bag of healthy pet food and a $10 credit towards a nutrition seminar to pets who’ve been adopted from the following local rescues*:
Ferndale Cat Shelter
The Ferndale Cat Shelter is a no-kill, 501c3 non-profit operating in South Oakland County. Through donations and the dedication of their volunteers and fosters, they rescue vet, and house cats and kittens in and around the city of Ferndale. By collaborating with other local rescues and veterinary clinics, they have created a network of volunteers that has provided medical care, food, and shelter to hundreds of cats and kittens including TNR assistance to local communities. Through their foster and adoption processes, they have re-homed over 150 cats and kittens in less than one year of operation.
Learn more about Ferndale Cat Shelter here on their website.
Michigan Greyhound Connection is committed to finding responsible and loving adoptive homes for retired racing greyhound dogs and educating the public about the inhumane treatment of these dogs by the greyhound racing industry. In support of this mission, Michigan Greyhound Connection actively opposes organized greyhound racing and all associated activities that contribute to the death of thousands of greyhounds.
Learn more about Michigan Greyhound Connection here on their website.
NBS Animal Rescue
NBS Animal Rescue is a 100% foster based canine rescue that is dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and adoption of healthy, well-balanced, dogs and puppies into loving families. Their primary goals include the rescue and rehabilitation of homeless animals in need, educating the community about proper pet care, and participating in community youth outreach programs.
Learn more about NBS here on their website.
New Beginnings Animal Rescue
New Beginnings Animal Rescue (NBAR) was founded in 2010 for the overwhelming number of people who need help caring for or re-homing their companion animals. NBAR is run by a group of dedicated volunteers and fosters to make a difference in the lives of homeless animals. Their mission is to serve Southern Oakland County communities as a no-kill rescue organization that finds suitable homes for indoor companion animals.
Learn more about New Beginnings Animal Rescue here on their website.
P.O.E.T. Animal Rescue was founded in 2011. It is an all-breed, 501c3, foster-based dog rescue that runs 100% on donations. P.O.E.T.’s mission is to educate individuals on the needs of their pets and the growing problem of pet overpopulation, to rescue and save the unwanted dogs and puppies that are crowding our shelters, and to prevent future pet surrenders to kill shelters through education about spaying and neutering companion animals, responsible purchasing and adopting, behavior modification and solutions to behavior problems, and resources to help owners keep their pets and in general become better pet parents.
Learn more about P.O.E.T. here on their website.
We also offer a free bag of natural treats to those who participate in training programs hosted by*:
Dogs Way Training Club
Dogs Way Training Club are the experts in training around distractions, handling behavior issues and keeping your dog healthy and happy. They custom tailor one-on-one lessons to your family’s specific needs.
Learn more about Dog’s Way Training Club here on their website.
Einstein Dog Training
Einstein Dog Training takes a positive approach to dog training, offering private in-home and group training, to maximize the results you can achieve with your dog. From puppy training to aggression training, they have the experience to help with any breed and any problem.
Learn more about Einstien Dog Training here on their website.
Dog & Cat Health Partners
We offer 30% off our collars, tags, and leashes as well as a $10 coupon towards any one of our pet wellness seminars for new puppy and kitten clients from the following local vets*:
Kimball Animal Hospital
Kimball Animal Hospital takes pride in delivering personalized, compassionate care to its patients and their families in Clawson and surrounding areas. Their team strives to provide a comfortable environment for their patients and clients. They want everyone, either two legged or four, to feel welcome as soon as they enter their veterinary clinic.
Learn more about Kimball Animal Hospital here on their website.
Dr. Greear, Woodhaven Animal Hospital
Dr. Greear is the lead Veterinarian here at the Woodhaven Animal Hospital. She specializes in holistic treatments and has an extensive background working with cancer patients. Dr. Greear grew up in Ohio and studied veterinary medicine at Michigan State. Dr. Greear has always wanted to take care of those that don’t have a voice of their own. Opening and running her own practice has been her passion for a number of years. Dr. Greear is married and has four wonderful and extremely active boys that are all involved in sports. When she’s not at the hospital you’ll find her being THAT sports mom, yelling and screaming, cheering them on. Dr. Greear has several pets, including dogs, reptiles, chickens (yes chickens), and bunnies. Learn more about the clinic here.
Dr. J, North Suburban Veterinary Hospital
Dr. W.D. Jaxtheimer graduated from Michigan State University with high honors in 1969. He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Michigan Veterinarian Medical Association and South East Veterinary Medical Association. He has owned his Veterinary practice for 31 years. Dr. Jaxtheimer opened his Sterling Heights location in 1978. He and the staff at North Suburban Veterinary Hospital have the desire and experience to provide the best possible care for your pets. Learn more about the clinic here.
If your organization would like to join our partnership programs, please call the store at (248) 548-3448.
* Must have an appropriate coupon from organization specified to qualify and redeem.