Brampton Animal Services helps pet owners in need with Emergency Pet Food Pantry


Published January 17, 2022 at 9:18 am


Brampton pet owners in need can get a helping hand from the Brampton Animal Services Emergency Pet Food Pantry.

The Emergency Pet Food Pantry program aims to support pet owners with anywhere from one week to one month of pet supplies at a time, depending on demand and donations.

Pet owners can access the Emergency Pet Food Pantry by calling (905)-458-5800 to speak to an Animal Services representative. You can also email [email protected] or submit a form online.

Brampton Animal Services staff will package the items and provide pick-up instructions.

Pet owners are asked to include details about their pet and any additional supplies they may require to help take care of their furry friends.

The program is a partnership between Brampton Animal Services, PetValu and FreshCo, but animal services are also accepting donation from the public.

Residents can donate sealed, dry or canned pet food for cats, dogs and other small animals at the Brampton Animal Shelter, located at 475 Chrysler Drive.

For a list of needed items visit the Brampton Animal Services Amazon Wish List or the Brampton Animal Services Facebook page.

Businesses can also support the Emergency Pet Food Pantry by calling (905)-458.5800 or emailing [email protected].

Brampton Mayor Patrick Brown said the program will help keep pets and families together and encouraged anyone in need to reach out to Brampton Animal Services.

“The Brampton Animal Services Emergency Pet Food Pantry will support pet owners in need across Brampton with vital supplies to help take care of their pets, especially during this difficult time,” Brown said in a statement.

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