Hudson Valley Pet Food Pantry

Dated: June 7 2011

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I have written about People to People food pantry and run a food drive through Strawtown Elementary School every year......"but what about all the family pets?" I have often wondered. Well, I recently got my answer, and it sounds great! Hudson Valley Pet Food Pantry, located in Valhalla will be open to qualified residents of Rockland, Westchester, Putnam and Dutchess counties. I have read that their long term goal is to have a separate pantry in each county, but this is a great start. This is a good alternative to explore if you or someone you know is considering surrendering your pet because of financial challenges. Please call them at 914-907-3487 or visit the website, hvpetfoodpantry.org before making any decisions. There is also another pet pantry, Hudson Valley Humane Society Pet Food Pantry in Pomona, NY.....845-354-3124 Pets are important family members too...! If you can, please consider donating pet foods to these pantries.
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