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2015’s most popular animal companion names included Bella, Charlie, Daisy, Jack, Lily, Max, Sophie, and Tucker.

Most animal rescue organizations spend between 40 to 50 percent of their budget to medically treat sick and injured animals. The rescues simply do not have the budget to treat all the animals that come through their doors. Sadly, in many cases, bringing an injured dog or cat back to a state of health can mean the difference between finding it a good home and euthanization.

Learn more about the pets that have received grants.

Our supporters go from A to Z; from individuals to small businesses to large corporations including:

Ace Hotel
Adam B. Schiff, U.S. Congressman
Alyssa Milano
Aveda
Blue Buffalo
Candle Delirium
Canidae
Cassandra Peterson
Christopher Harrity
Frances Coppola’s Turtle End Resort
Fat Dog Restaurant
Fromm
Halo
Hamilton Selway Gallery
Hollywood Chamber of Commerce
Hollywood Forever Cemetery
Jeff Thomas
Jeff Yarbrough Real Estate Services
Keller Williams Realty
Kong Toys
L.A. Luxe Group Real Estate Services
Lana Parrilla
Lucky Strike
Mike Kelley
Mohawk Vet Hospital
Natural Balance
Newco Distributors
Nulo
Nutri Source
Open Farm
Pantages Theater
Press Brothers Juicery
Primal Pet Foods
Pug Nation L.A.
Punk-n-Pye’s
Pure Vita
SR Financial Services
Stella & Chew’s
Sweat Garage
Taglyan Cultural Complex
Tailwaggers
Tailwashers
Tracey Victor
W Hotel
William Wegman
Wonderful Brands
World of Wonder
Zipcar

WAGGY AWARDS SPONSORS:

qualified organizations we support:

Providing funding to qualified nonprofit animal rescue organizations for the treatment of sick and injured animals.
The Tailwaggers Foundation is registered as a 501(c)(3) (Tax ID # 46-3148361) non-profit organization.