It all began with one little dog’s love of jerky…
Years later, we are creating delicious healthy treats for pets that are made of 100% human grade, FDA inspected meats and poultry! We couldn’t understand why the words “not for human consumption” would exist on the label of a product that was being marketed for our beloved 4 legged babies! Grove Naturals are made locally in small batches, using only the highest quality of meats and poultry. Our treats do not contain any preservatives, fillers or artificial ingredients. We wouldn’t use anything that we ourselves wouldn’t eat or feed to our animals! We haven’t met a dog or to tell you the truth… a cat … that didn’t love it!
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These are some of the organizations that we support, please feel free to write us about any that you would like to see included on this page to email@example.com. These are some of the rescues we support:
Our mission is to provide veterinary care, public education, and a nurturing foster environment for any pug regardless of age or condition until they are healthy and placed in a loving, forever home.
The Mosby Foundation is organized exclusively for charitable purposes, to assist in the care of critically sick, injured, abused and neglected dogs through financial support.
Potomac Valley Pekingese Club, Inc., is a tax-exempt corporation, whose objectives are to, rescue, protect and place homeless Pekingese, and to serve the breed by enhancing public understanding, encouraging responsible ownership and providing fellowship with fellow owners or fanciers of the noble, historic Pekingese breed of dog.
Every day in our country, thousands of cats and kittens are euthanized because there are not enough homes for them. We can prevent this massive killing by simply spaying and neutering our pets and the ones that are less fortunate and have no choice than to live on the streets.Join our foundation and be part of the miracle of changing the quality of life of hundreds of cats and kittens in our community.
The McKee Project promotes cultural change to improve the quality of life of dogs and cats in developing nations and strives to control companion animal population by supporting communities in starting sustainable spay and neuter programs.