With each purchase from Deckers Dog Supplies we will be donating a portion of the sale to a non profit animal organization. Your purchase will help us to be able to give to the organizations that work so hard every day to touch the lives of homeless and abused animals. We are very excited to work with rescues and animal shelters to be able to give back with your help.
For October, November, and December we have Cedar Rapids Animeals and Quad City Animal Welfare Center! We love being able to support any and all nonprofits and are very happy to be giving back to them! Below is a little info on both of these nonprofits! if you don't know much about them, we also have their website and socials so please go give them a follow and take a look through their website as well!
Cedar Rapids AniMeals
Cedar Rapids AniMeals is a nonprofit that strives to help pet owners feed their pets. They deliver pet food to those who may struggle to feed their pets such as the elderly or disabled. Here is their mission:
"AniMeals was created when Meals on Wheels volunteers noticed clients sharing their meals with their pets. We started Cedar Rapids AniMeals to make sure pets and their owners both get appropriate nutrition. That helps keep pets in their loving homes and out of shelters. And pets in the home provide valuable service and companionship."
AniMeals is always looking for volunteer drivers to deliver to those they provide service to, if you are interested please visit their website!
Below are their socials and website, give them a look!
Quad Cities Animal Welfare Center
Quad Cities Animal Welfare Center is another nonprofit aimed to help dogs find a better home through adoption. They are a no kill shelter that also provides spay and neuter along with a drive up wellness clinic for your dog! Here is their mission statement:
"The mission of the QCAWC is to operate a shelter for homeless animals, to offer a spay and neuter program, and provide humane education. We are the only full-service, no-kill shelter serving the Quad-Cities area."
Give their website a look, and even consider volunteering on their website, any help is greatly appreciated!
Below are their socials and website, give them a look! They have photos of some of the animals that you may be able to adopt yourself!