1 Dog = 1000 Strong

1 dog = 1000 strong


Phillips’ Dawg House Dog = 1,000 meals, veterinary assistance and helps to fight against animal cruelty.


why we give


Each dog purchase will help fight against animal cruelty, provide up to 1,000 meals and provide veterinary assistance to shelter, rescued and homeless animals!

Our dogs have a heart of gold! Every time you look into your dogs eyes, you will always remember that they helped animals in need. Not only will they help give those who are homeless proper nutritious meals, provide veterinary assistance and help fight against animal cruelty, but they also help give the best opportunity for those pets to find a loving home!






As animal lovers, we are devastated to know that:

Saving a dog won't change the world, but for that dog the world changes forever

The shocking number of animal cruelty cases reported every day is just the tip of the iceberg; most cases are never reported. Unlike violent crimes against people, cases of animal abuse are not compiled by state or federal agencies, making it difficult to calculate just how common they are.

homeless not worthless

The animals whose abuse is most often reported are dogs, cats, horses and livestock. Based on the 1,423 U.S. cruelty cases on pet-abuse.com’s 2011 digest in which species of the victim was specified:

70.1% involved dogs | 20.9% involved cats | 24.1% involved other animals.

Undercover investigations have revealed that animal abuse abounds in the factory farm industry. But because of the weak protections afforded to livestock under state cruelty laws, only the most shocking cases are reported, and few are ever prosecuted.

The moment you realize you just saved a life

Domestic violence and child abuse cases reveal that a staggering number of animals are targeted by those who abuse their children or spouses.

There are approximately 70 million pet dogs and 74.1 million pet cats in the U.S. where 20 men and women are assaulted per minute (an average of around 10 million a year).

In one survey, 71 percent of domestic violence victims reported that their abuser also targeted pets.

In one study of families under investigation for suspected child abuse, researchers found that pet abuse had occurred in 88 percent of the families under supervision for physical abuse of their children.

Shockingly, given that approximately 65% of American households have pets, many spouses won’t leave an abusive relationship due to being afraid of leaving their pet behind.

If I had my life to live over...I would have found you sooner so I could love you for longer

Puppy mills are large-scale commercial dog breeding operations that put greater priority on profits than the health of the puppies. Many dogs are plagued with illnesses like kidney or heart disease as a result of the conditions they’re kept in.

Your dog will never wake up one day and decide he doesn't love you anymore

Thousands of greyhounds die each year—some in the name of “selective breeding”—before they ever touch a racetrack. Many dogs do not make it to the nominal “retirement” age of 4 or 5.

The awake & aware heart is at the center of our spirit; it is the home of our humanity. Knowing one’s feelings is knowing one’s being.

Injured, dehydrated and exhausted, many forced to watch in terror as other dogs are bludgeoned to death, skinned or thrown still alive into boiling water to remove their skins. Being that Nigeria is the largest consumer of dog meat in Africa. Vietnam, China, Africa, South Korea, Nigeria, Philippines and Indonesia are just to name a few countries that consume dog meat.

We were inspired to do something about it.

Giving meals, veterinary care, and the fight against animal cruelty helps animals:

Remain healthy and happy

Relieves anguish and anxiety

Fight disease

Develop cognitively

Better chance of being adopted

Be better companions

Break the cycle of poverty and mistreatment

Shelters can use limited resources on other important needs

One of the biggest expenses for shelters and rescue groups is feeding the animals in their care. By providing them with free, healthy meals, we make it possible for shelters to focus their energy and limited resources on other important needs — like saving more animals.

Be the change you want to see in the worlds

how we give

We work with passionate Giving Partners to guarantee
that every purchase will directly benefit a dog and cat in need.

You don't have to have superpowers to be a superhero

With every dog purchase, we provide meals, veterinarian care and help fight against animal cruelty to dogs and cats in need through our established Giving Partners. Once your dog goes home, we work directly with these organizations to provide the help we’ve committed to give.

Plant a seed of kindness and watch it grow
Through our partnership with The Humane Society of the United States Stop Cruelty Now, we are supporting the efforts to shut down puppy mills, rescue animals from disasters, and save animals from dogfighting and other forms of animal cruelty. The Humane Society of the United States is registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Learn more at humanesociety.org
Through our partnership with Humane Society International, we are supporting the efforts of helping animals affected by disasters, fighting against the cruel dog meat trade, making strides for animals in laboratories, factory farms, puppy mills and so much more. Learn more at hsi.org
Through our partnership with Greater Good / Hunger site, we are feeding pets nutritious meals in shelters and rescue groups nationwide. GreaterGood.org helps millions of shelter cats and dogs across the United States receive healthy meals. With the help GreaterGood.org partners, they transport nutritious, high quality pet food to shelters and rescue groups nationwide, where it will help animals in need. The best part? Animals that are healthy, happy, and well-fed stand a much better chance of being adopted. GreaterGood.org is a registered 501(c)3 public charity. Every cent of donations goes directly to the program through GreaterGood.org Feed Shelter Animals charity. Learn more at thehungersite.greatergood.com
When stomachs start rumbling, homeless people with pets often feed their best friends first, because homeless people will go hungry before their dogs. Once a person lands in homelessness it is a daily struggle to get out. With a pet it becomes more difficult. Some are skeptical as to why a person living on the streets should take on the responsibility of a pet. Many homeless people rely on their pooches for protection and sometimes even more importantly, companionship. Living on the streets is lonely and as every one know dogs make great, non-judgmental companions. Just ‘cause you’re homeless don’t mean you cannot have a pup.  FOOD DONATION: Pets of The Homeless work with local food banks, pantries, soup kitchens and homeless shelters who have agreed to distribute the pet food to the homeless and disadvantaged in their communities. WELLNESS CLINICS: Pets of the Homeless sponsors and partners with veterinarians across the county to provide free clinics. Veterinarian and technicians donating their time and expertise and POTH underwriting costs of medical supplies. The clinics typically offer: vaccinations; basic exams; minor treatment and medications; vouchers for spay or neuter surgeries; nail trimmings; ear cleaning. The shots are inexpensive preventative measures that assist in minimizing the spread of disease from one community to another, which is highly likely given the transient lifestyle of many homeless individuals. EMERGENCY CARE PROGRAM: If a pet is examined at the clinic and requires extensive treatment, the owner is referred to Pets of the Homeless’ emergency care program. All treatment is pre-authorized; payable directly to licensed veterinarians. Treatment always includes updating of vaccinations and pet owners are offered spay/neuter services at no cost. Examples of the need for emergency treatment include: parvo; swallowing of foreign objects; open skin lesion; broken bones, ear infections, palpable growth and mange (skin mites). CRATES: Homeless individuals tell us that their pets offer them unconditional companionship. Their pets, just like your pet, offers them comfort, loyalty and love in the form of licks and wagging tails. Research has reported that an animal’s response is independent of its owner age, or economic circumstance. Owners say their pets “cover their backs” when they sleep in abandoned buildings, ditches and in the woods. To break the homeless cycle requires the owner to move into a shelter. Most shelters do not allow pets unless they are a service animal. Homeless pet owners will not abandon their pet and do not have the funds to board the pet. Pets Of The Homeless is a registered 501(c)3 public charity. Learn more at Learn more at petsofthehomeless.org


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