Pet Food Pantry

The Idaho Humane Society‚Äôs Pet Food Pantry is a safety net program, designed to provide resources primarily to struggling pet owners. The pantry supplies pet food for …

  • Meals on Wheels deliveries to home bound seniors
  • Families and individuals facing economic hardship
  • Shelter animals living in dedicated Idaho Humane Society foster homes
  • Other animal welfare groups in need of occasional pet food support

How can you help?

You can drop off donations for the Pet Food Pantry at the Idaho Humane Society shelter and dozens of participating businesses in the Treasure Valley. See the full list of drop-off locations here.

Donations needed

  • Canned pet food, especially canned cat food from early spring to late fall
  • Dry dog and puppy food
  • Dry cat and kitten food
  • Cat litter
  • Dog treats
  • Monetary donations to purchase any of the above items when an urgent need arises.

Do you need our help?

In order to help keep pets in their homes when their families are struggling financially, pet food assistance is available through a monthly distribution. The Pet Food Pantry can provide a household with food for up to four spayed and neutered animals for up to six months. If your pet is not yet altered, we can also provide you with information on low-cost spay and neuter options. To apply for pet food assistance, visit our shelter to submit an application and receive additional information. You can find information about our location and hours here.