OF SHELTER PETS FIND NEW HOMES SINCE 2002
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Daily nutrition for their best life
The right nutrition can transform how a pet feels, looks and acts. That’s why the Hill’s Food, Shelter & Love program provides science-led nutrition to hundreds of shelters across North America, helping more than 13 million pets find new homes since 2002.
Since 2002, the Hill's Food, Shelter & Love program has partnered with more than 1000 ANIMAL SHELTERS in North America. We've provided over $300M worth of science-led nutrition to help pets in need, and we're grateful for the support of our animal welfare partners.
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Happier, healthier, more adoptable
Along with expert care from shelter staff, Hill’s pet foods can play a vital role in helping pets like Skylar find their forever homes. When you purchase Hill’s, you help us provide premium nutrition to thousands of shelter pets across the country, 365 days a year.
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Part of your community
Nutrition is just one aspect of a pet’s wellbeing. Animal shelters provide much-needed housing, medical care, and compassion to pets in need.
Our partners live the same mission every day, making sure these animals get the best shot at a better life.
More ways you can help
Even if you’re not in a position to adopt a dog or cat, there are several ways you can help your local shelter throughout the year.
Fostering a dog or cat helps shelters save space while socializing a pet in a loving environment. Many organizations will pay for vet care, while others provide much more, such as food and bedding. Call your local shelter ahead of time to see what their policy is.
Every adoption is a new beginning
When you adopt a dog or cat through one of our shelter partners, you may leave with a free bag of Hill’s pet food to continue the benefits of our science-led nutrition.
As you continue to purchase Hill's pet foods, you join the millions of other pet parents who expand our Food, Shelter & Love program and help ensure future shelter pets also find their new homes.