Bark Potty Gives Back!
Bark Potty does so much more than deliver pee pads that provide potty relief for your dog. While we’re known for our eco-friendly bark pads, we’re also working hard behind the scenes to give back to animals in need.
Photo by Andriyko Podilnyk
Did you know that Bark Potty donates a portion of sales to rescues and shelters? That’s right–Bark Potty also helps relieve the financial burden shouldered by non-profit organizations committed to bettering animal lives.Up to date, Bark Potty has donated to 50 rescues, helping them give dogs and other animals much needed shelter, medical treatment, and help finding a fur-ever home they can call their own!
But that isn't all. Each month, we spotlight one special pup from a rescue in our newsletter to help spread the word about a doggo in need of a loving home. Many of the featured rescues began as grassroot efforts and are volunteer-run, so we’re proud to contribute to these dedicated animal lovers. Together, the rescues have helped more than tens of thousands of animals. Now, that’s something to bark about! Click here to find out more about the shelter of the month and all the rescues that Bark Potty has contributed to over the years.
In addition, our virtual store features numerous products from companies that have the same goal of giving back to our animal friends. As a company selling eco-friendly pee pad alternatives, we actively look for products that are either sustainably sourced or donate proceeds (or both!) so that we can further contribute to important causes. Collectively, we’re effecting real actions that bring about paw-sitive change for our world and the animals in it.
The more Bark Potty grows, the more we can contribute to rescues and shelters engaged in life-saving efforts nationwide. We look forward to offering continued support over the years to organizations providing services to disadvantaged animals and their families. Wondering how you can help give back? Subscribe today to get a real bark pet potty delivered right to your door and help support dogs in need!