St. Louis Pet Adoption: Humane Society of Missouri
St. Louis animal shelter and pet rescue Gateway Pet Guardians rescues stray dogs and cats from East St. Louis and adopts them into new homes.
St. Louis Pet Rescue hosts weekly adoption events every weekend. We also have special events throughout the year such as our Annual Trivia Nights, dog washes and more!
Jones said a few complaints were made against Diana’s Grove during the six months they worked with a Petco in the St. Louis region, causing the pet store to opt out of the partnership. One complainant said their adopted dog had mange, but Jones said it was actually a different, “nontransferable” skin issue.
Adoptable Pets - St. Louis Pet Rescue
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With help from The Shelter Art Foundation, we’ve used real, local, and adoptable shelter pets from around the St. Louis area as models for our campaign.
Using shelter pets as models helps to emphasize that just how beautiful, sweet and playful shelter pets really are. The 2016 multimedia campaign, which showcases the beauty and personality of shelter pets, will feature a single-day Purina “Better Together” adoption event Saturday, Oct. 15. The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Soulard Park, located at 9th Street and Lafayette Avenue in St. Louis. Approximately 20 local pet shelters and rescue organizations and dozens of adoptable pets are expected to be on hand. For any adoption made at the event, Purina has offered to subsidize $50 toward individual adoption fees.Now, with the help of St. Louis' flagship pizza chain, you can make that happen for less than it would cost to double down on cheese for your cracker-thin pie. Stray Rescue of St. Louis has teamed up with Imo's for a special promotion this week: Adopt a pet over the age of six months and Imo's will foot the bill.ateway Pet Guardians has more than 50 adoptable dogs and cats at any given time and all of them have lots of furry (and sometimes slobbery) love to give you. If you’re looking to adopt a pet in St. Louis, take a look at our list of adoptable pets to see which of our fur-babies will look best in your next family photo. “The St. Louis region is home to thousands of wonderful, adoptable pets that live in local shelters,” said Libby Davidson, marketing associate, Purina Pet Welfare Team. “We want to remind pet lovers in our area that shelter pets are healthy, friendly pets that receive outstanding care in shelters. When people are looking for their next family pet, we hope they’ll consider a shelter pet.”Copper, a 4-month-old beagle hound mix that is available for adoption, sits just outside St. Louis County Pet Adoption Center's booth at Purina's "Better Together" adoption event at Soulard Park in St. Louis on Saturday, Oct. 17, 2015. Photo by Jon Gitchoff