The Pulaski County Animal Shelter & Humane Education Center is a wonderful facility, but it takes a lot of simple household and pet care items to keep things running smoothly. Your donation of any of these items helps to keep our shelter stocked and allows us to use money from donors for medical treatments and other costs.
- Unscented Liquid Laundry Detergent for Washing Machines
- Tall Kitchen Trash Bags (13 Gallon)
- Paper Towels
- Window Cleaner
- Hand Sanitizing Gel
- Antibacterial Hand Soap (pump bottles or refills)
- Dawn with Bleach Dish Soap
- Simple Green or Mean Green Cleaner
- Towels and Washcloths (old and used are fine)
- Snuggles (see below)
- Dog, Puppy, Cat, or Kitten Shampoo and Flea Shampoo
- Rubbing Alcohol
- UNSCENTED Non-Clumping Kitty Litter
- Small litter boxes
- Stainless Steel food bowls and water buckets
- Dry or Canned Dog, Cat, Puppy, and Kitten Food (Pedigree Dog Food, Purina Puppy Chow, and Purina Indoor Formula Cat Foods would be wonderful!)
- Cat Treats - crunchy or moist
- Heavy Duty Dog Toys: Kongs (the smooth ones, please!), Nylabones, or Ropebones
- Nylon Slip Collars/Leads
- Dog Crates: Medium or Larger
- Wal-mart or Target Gift Cards
- Office Supplies: Staples,
- Printer and Copier Paper
- New HP 15A (C7115A) Toner Cartridges
- Used Printer Cartridges or Cell Phones (can be recycled for money)
Cleaning supplies and pet items can be dropped off at the PCHS office during our regular hours or they can be left on the front porch of the shelter after hours. If you have anything you think we could use that's not on this list, bring it over to the shelter or contact us.
Kuranda Pet Beds are heavy duty hammock-style beds that are
made to stand up to extra wear and tear. They keep our shelter aniamls off of kennel floors and are easy to rinse when they
Kuranda offers their beds at wholesale prices to people who choose to donate them to shelters. We have selected several sizes of beds for donors to choose from. We have also selected their 40 oz. vinyl fabric for its stability and waterproofing.
Please consider giving a shelter animal a good night's sleep!
Thundershirts wrap around dogs and help to calm their anxiety in scary situations. Animal shelters and new foster homes can be stressful places, so the gently "hug" of a thundershirt can be very reassuring.
In your home, Thundershirts are great for more than thunderstorms. Users report they're great for dogs who are afraid of fireworks and those that experience separation or travel anxiety. The Thundershirt wraps around your dog's body and fastens securely with Velcro. For more information about how and why it works, visit the Thundershirt website.
Now you can donate a little peace and comfort to a shelter dog by clicking on the link to the right!
THE SNUGGLES PROJECT
If you'd like to make snuggles for the shelter animals, we'd be happy to take them! Snuggles can be any size from 18"x18" for puppies, to larger blankets for big dogs. The official website has patterns and ideas, but as long as the ends are knotted and tucked away to keep animals from unraveling the yarn, your snuggles don't have to be fancy or follow any specific pattern or color scheme!