News of Madison Valley

Pet Shelter Donations at All The Best Pet Care


All The Best Pet Care is doubling its customers’ donations and purchases during December in a campaign to deliver 20,000 lb of food to local shelters and rescue groups.

Holiday giving requests are plentiful during the holiday season, and most people are looking for ways to make sure their donation dollars are used wisely. Those who wish to help local animal shelters and rescues can double their donation at All The Best Pet Care. For the entire month of December, any Nature’s Variety dog or cat food purchased for donating at an All The Best Pet Care store will be matched, pound for pound. Customers who buy Nature’s Variety products for their own cats and dogs will have a matching amount donated as well. To stretch givers’ budgets even further, all Nature’s Variety dry food, freeze dried food, canned food and treats, including Instinct and Prairie, are 10% off all month.


All The Best Donations
Jenny Martin (l) and Susan Moss (r) prepare a bin to receive shelter donations.


The donation recipients will include Old Dog Haven, Cat Tales, Motley Zoo, Homeward Pet, Ballard Food Bank, Mercer Island Food Bank, The Doney Clinic, Second Chance Dog, Seattle Animal Shelter and many more.

“Our goal is to donate 20,000 pounds of high quality, human-grade cat and dog food to our many deserving animal shelters and rescue groups, which is about equal to a $50,000 donation,” said Susan Moss, owner of All The Best Pet Care.

Jenny Martin from Nature’s Variety said, “I’m really excited about this opportunity to make a huge impact on needy dogs and cats in our community. Together, we will provide the high-quality food these animals need to be healthy.”

Since 1985, All The Best Pet Care has offered healthy alternatives to low the quality, mass-marketed pet products that are so ubiquitous. They have ten stores located in the Seattle neighborhoods of Ballard, Crown Hill, Lake City, Madison Park and Queen Anne, and in Bellevue, Edmonds, Issaquah, Mercer Island, and Redmond. For more information, visit


Topics: Pets