Old Adopt Don't Shop – Bark Potty

Bark Potty is now available in stores like Concord Pet, Hollywood Feed, and hundreds more nationwide! Click here to find a store near you!

Bark Potty is proud to support the adopt don’t shop movement! If you or someone you know is looking for a new furry family member, be sure to check out the shelters on this page!

Beople's Buddies Animal Rescue is a 501c3 nonprofit organization with a mission to rehabilitate abandoned animals and promote forever homes through compatibility-based placements, so both the animal and pet parent can thrive. All of the buddies reside in foster homes throughout Los Angeles where they begin the healing process and are provided a full circle of care that includes medical treatment, individualized one-on-one attention, socialization, and training. Every time one of their dogs is adopted, Beople’s Buddies celebrates by dedicating a tree in their honor through Tree People, an environmental nonprofit. Beople’s Buddies cares about ALL animals and the environment which is why they promote a vet-approved plant-based lifestyle for all of their buddies. 


Location: Los Angeles, CA 

Website: www.beoplesbuddies.org

Email: beoplesbuddies@gmail.com

Beople's Buddies Animal Rescue is a 501c3 nonprofit organization with a mission to rehabilitate abandoned animals and promote forever homes through compatibility-based placements, so both the animal and pet parent can thrive. All of the buddies reside in foster homes throughout Los Angeles where they begin the healing process and are provided a full circle of care that includes medical treatment, individualized one-on-one attention, socialization, and training. Every time one of their dogs is adopted, Beople’s Buddies celebrates by dedicating a tree in their honor through Tree People, an environmental nonprofit. Beople’s Buddies cares about ALL animals and the environment which is why they promote a vet-approved plant-based lifestyle for all of their buddies. 


Location: Los Angeles, CA 

Website: www.beoplesbuddies.org