Donation Centers for Dog Supplies in Miami


As a responsible pet owner, you know how important is for your dog to feel safe, loved, and cared for, not only during the holiday season but all year long. You know how important it is for them to be clean, fed, and loved, and your heart breaks when you think about them alone and scared, without an owner's safe embrace. This year, you can help a dog in need by visiting one of the donation centers in your city, making a lovable dog's Christmas better!


PAWS4you helps rescued animals heal from their injuries and illnesses. They provide shelter, food, and assist with adoption, and you can help them this Christmas! When you do your shopping through AmazonSmile, choose PAWS4you as your charity of choice and a portion of your spending will be donated to them at no extra cost to you! Help them save lives while you are shopping for gifts!

Miami-Dade County Animal Services

Animal Services of Miami-Dade County helps to save the lives of abandoned pets, gives them homes, keeps them healthy, and protects them from harm. And as all animal shelters do, they need your help. Looking for a dog to welcome home? Adoption fees are waived in December for pups over 4 months old. Adopt a dog and leave a monetary gift in exchange to help the shelter!

Humane Society of Greater Miami

The Humane Society of Greater Miami has over four hundred doggos and other homeless pets to take care of, and you can assist them by donating some of the items they always need. Pack a Santa bag and drop off stainless steel bowls, nail clippers, heating lamps, puppy formula, toys, blankets, and towels, and of course cleaning supplies to fight the bacteria!

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The Humane Society of Broward County

The Humane Society of Broward County is striving to improve the lives of homeless animals by finding them loving homes, providing services, and offering shelter. You can aid them in their mission this Christmas by donating the supplies they need such as slow feed dog bowls to promote cognitive functions, ear cleaners, paper towels, doggy shampoo, as well as various toys, treats, and flea tablets.