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Homeless Pet Clubs (HPC) give students, civic leaders, and business owners a way to share their love of animals by promoting animal rescue, responsible pet ownership, adoption of shelter animals, and animal welfare. Response to the free-to-establish clubs has been overwhelming, with each club choosing pets to "sponsor" and promote for adoption. Teachers lead the charge for the school clubs, and report benefits to students including:
Improved social skills
Increased compassion for animals
Heightened sense of achievement
Community involvement
Improved self-worth
Increase in self esteem
Networking for a cause
Sense of accomplishment
Decreased bullying
Increased responsibility
. . . read more

Please note that the use of this website by clubs and partners is completely FREE. If a club is charging "dues" to its club members, that is solely the decision of the club leader or teacher sponsor. HPC does not condone charging dues to club members.


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Tigers Homeless Pet Club
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Girl Scout Troop 1343
Tenasity
Paideia Homeless Pets Club
Pace Academy / Megan McCurry

 

SAVE THE DATE:
The Business of Saving Lives Conference - Atlanta 2016 - October 26. This one-day educational summit features guest speakers that will inspire and help grow your animal welfare organization.

Win 2 Conference Tickets... Help us promote our conference and be entered in our contest to give-away two conference tickets ($70 value). To enter: Click here to go to the event and click "Interested" and "invite" people in your network who are in the business of saving lives. Shelters, Rescues, Sponsors, Volunteers, etc. Winners will be drawn on July 1st.


442 pets sponsored by our clubs have been adopted!

Welcome New Clubs!

June

Community Club - Rogers Family


May

School Club - Union Grove FurKIDS
Community Club - Shiloh Ridge Community Club
School Club - Kids for Paws
Community Club - Loving For Great Animals

HPC in the News

Dr. Good was recently featured in The Marietta Daily Journal - "Put Good in get good out Local veterinarian starts Homeless Pet Club to save animals" by Kimeko McCoy.

Please check out this great article on Dr. Good and Homeless Pets Foundation! The AJC's Gracie Bonds Staples visited with Dr. Good at Town and Country to learn more about his journey to becoming a veterinarian as well as his heartfelt animal rescue work.

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