Wishlist Items for DACC

Dog in cage shelter
You can help the homeless dogs and cats of Detroit.

The Detroit City Council has approved Michigan Pet Fund Alliance as a donor for Detroit Animal Control & Care (DACC).  

City regulations DO NOT allow individuals to donate directly to the shelter.  So here is your chance: if you donate it to us, we will deliver it to DACC.

The following items are needed:
  • Stainless steel food bowls
  • Collars/leashes (new or gently used)
  • Dawn (original blue)
  • Bleach (5.25% or 8.25%)
  • Towels
  • Blankets (no knit, crocheted, or comforters)
  • Paper towels
  • Cat litter
  • Milk-Bones
  • Peanut Butter
  • Spray Cheese
  • Cat Toys (note: fabric mice toys are ok but can't be decontaminated so they can't be re-used) 

You can drop off your donation at the following locations. Check the location's website, or phone them, for business hours.

Livingston County

12402 Highland Rd, Hartland 48353
(810) 344-4404
9-5 Monday - Friday
Macomb County

23451 Pinewood St, Warren 48091
(586) 879-1745
Oakland County

Auburn Hills - All About Animals Rescue
2660 Auburn #400, Auburn Hills 48326
(248) 212-0781
Royal Oak - Bingo Pet Salon
108 W. Fourth Street, Royal Oak 48067
(248) 544-7424
Close time varies daily, please contact the store
35 West Square Lake, Troy 48098
(248) 236-1400
9-5 Monday - Friday
Wayne County
2038 Springwells, Detroit 48209
(586) 435-6930 (please specify you are calling about the Detroit location)
Redford - Casual Refinishing
15505 Beech Daly Road, Redford 48239
(586) 216-7015
9-5 Monday - Friday

2016 Getting to the Goal Conference

Save the Dates!  

September 15-16, 2016
Michigan Pet Fund Alliance will host Michigan's No Kill Conference, 
Getting to the Goal, 

Registration opening soon at www.michiganpetfund.org

Welcome Detroit Bully Corps! 
Michigan Pet Fund Alliance welcomes Detroit Bully Corps as a new Certified Rescue organization.  

The mission statement of Detroit Bully Corps is: 
"The foundat ion of our program is education. Without education on spay/neuter, breed specific legislation (BSL), training, breed specific workshops, the dog fighting culture and responsible ownership, the epidemic will never end. Rescue is a mere bandage in the overall scale of the canine epidemic. Shelters are overrun, rescues are overflowing and society i s in need of education. For every one spot we fill in our
Detroit Bully Corp
program, we turn away 50. We average 20-25 canines at 
any given time an d 90% of our rescue population i s comprised of the American Pit Bull Terrier. We work with canines from any and every background, whether it be a surrendered family pet, bait dog, seasoned fighter or the abused. We are a no-kill rescue/rehabilitation in that we will never euthanize for space. We, as a moral, ethical and objective organization, will NOT adopt out a canine that is a threat to society. We are advocates of the American Pit Bull Terrier, as such  we will not add to the epidemic by being irresponsible."

Detroit Bully Corps has also just been named the grand prize winner in Benzomatic's "Find Your Fire TM" Community Grants Program. They will receive $10,000 and a visit from DIY expert Nicole Curtis. Read more here

See  benefits  of becoming a Michigan Certified Rescue organization here

Rescue Groups invited to collaborate with Humane Society of Macomb

The Humane Society of Macomb's Rescue Collaboration Project i s l ooking for rescue groups to help place shelter pets. Member groups won't be charged pull fees for animals who are already spayed/neutered, but will a deposit for unaltered pets will be collected.  If your group is interested, fill out this application and a representative will contact you.

More information is here.

The application is here

Michigan Pet Fund Alliance Mission
The single mission of the Michigan Pet Fund Alliance is to stop the killing of healthy and treatable homeless cats and dogs in Michigan shelters. 
MPFA is an all-volunteer organization collaborating with shelter and rescue organizations to achieve No Kill through training, technical  assistance,
 education and advocacy.
For more information: 
877-FUR-PALS  (877-387-7257)
The Michigan Pet Fund Alliance is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization as defined by the IRS and is a Guidestar Exchange Gold Participant.
 Contributions are tax deductible. 
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