The Humane Society of Huron Valley understands that financial difficulty often means making a list of priorities. Frequently, animals are forced to be low on that list. HSHV's Bountiful Bowls pet food assistance program helps Washtenaw County, Canton and Plymouth residents who are having difficulty meeting the nutritional needs of their dog or cat due to financial burden.
Trying times can be temporary. With a little assistance, a pet owner can often find a way to keep their pet in their home.
Because funds are limited, the program should supplement your monthly supply of pet food and not be the sole source of food for pets. You should expect to purchase food for your pets in addition to receiving the program food to meet their full nutritional needs.
Applicants must provide proof of residency of Washtenaw County, Canton or Plymouth.
Download an application (Word document)
If you have questions or for more information about applying to receive pet food assistance, please contact Karie at (734) 661-3552, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Donations of pet food for this program comes from different sources which includes private citizens & local stores. Donations can be dropped off anytime during normal adoption hours at the shelter.
If you would like, you can make a monetary donation to support this important program.
You can also place an online order through our Amazon Wishlist and have the food sent directly to HSHV for the Bountiful Bowls Program.
HSHV will accept the following donated food:
For information regarding making a donation of pet food to this program, please call (734) 661-3573, or email email@example.com .
Humane Society of Huron Valley
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Fax: (734) 929-0814
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