CARE Pet Food Bank
The C.A.R.E. Pet Food Bank was started in 2011 to assist pet owners in Garfield County and nearby communities.
The Pet Food Bank distributes dog and cat food to pet owners who are having a difficult time providing adequate food for their pets because of economic or other challenges. This service also provides these pet owners with information that may help them to obtain affordable medical and spay/neuter assistance. CARE's goals are to prevent animals from being surrendered to local shelters because of economic reasons, to keep pets with their owners and to keep our pets healthy and well fed.
Pet food is distributed directly from the C.A.R.E. shelter and is on a first-come, first-serve basis dependent on available supplies, please call ahead.
The Pet Food Bank is entirely dependent on donations of pet food (we will also accept kitty litter) and on the financial support of the community with the purpose of also purchasing pet food when needed.
Pet Food Bank Partners
We couldn't do the Pet Food Bank without these folks, so please support them with your business!
R.J. Paddywacks in El Jebel
Aspen Wags at the Aspen Animal Shelter
PetCo in Glenwood Springs
Target in Glenwood Springs
And a hugth
e thank you to our following donors:
Nancy & Dorothy Schmidt
Jim & Connie Calaway
Supporting Businesses and Agencies
Support and assistance for the Pet Food Bank has been provided by:
Valley Collision, El Jebel
A Sign in Time, Basalt
Copy Copy, Glenwood Springs
Garfield County Human Services, Rifle
Catholic Charities, Glenwood Springs
BlueTent Marketing, El Jebel
The Lakeside Studio, Carbondale