Did you know approximately 3.3 million dogs enter U.S. animal shelters every year? Many shelters simply don’t have enough space and funding to accommodate all of the dogs who are brought there, and sometimes resort to euthanizing or turning them away as a result.
Every time a dog is adopted from a shelter, another space opens up for another dog and more funding can be directed towards their care. Pet parents who have adopted before know how rewarding it is -- they’re giving a sweet pup who may otherwise be alone, or, even worse, euthanized, a wonderful, loving home, all while gaining a best friend.
We’re proud to partner with animal welfare organizations across the country to raise awareness for the thousands of dogs waiting to find their forever homes and help rescued dogs settle into their new home with complete ease once they are adopted. In honor of National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day on April 30, we’ll be spotlighting one of our partners and fellow Minnesota friend, Spot’s Last Stop Canine Rescue, all week long.
Spot’s Last Stop is non-profit canine rescue that matches families in the Twin Cities area with homeless dogs in need of forever homes. Many of their dogs come from the southern states where spay and neuter laws are non-existent and high-kill shelters are overpopulated. Their team of dedicated volunteers and fosters is passionate about alleviating these issues and helping homeless dogs arrive safely to their forever homes.
Watch the video below to learn more about Spot’s Last Stop’s mission and how Kradle has helped their dogs make the transition into a new home. You'll even get to meet a few of the adorable Spot's dogs:
Since opening their doors in 2015, Spot's Last Stop has saved and re-homed hundreds of dogs. Their team relies on the generous donations of pet parents like us and you to continue saving as many homeless dogs as possible. Now through the end of National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day, we'll be donating 10% of all online sales to Spot's to help support their mission. Start shopping for Kradle and help the Spot's dogs find forever homes below: