Petropolis Pet Resort Has Helped Find Homes for Nearly 100 Pets Through 100 Dollars for 100 Dogs Campaign

ST. LOUIS, MO – March 20, 2019 – Since its launch on February 1st, Petropolis Pet Resort’s 100 Dollars for 100 Dogs campaign has helped find homes for 74 pets in the St. Louis Area.

During this campaign, dogs and cats adopted from participating shelters are sent home with a $50 gift certificate for Petropolis services. Petropolis then donates $50 to the shelter for every gift certificate that is redeemed.

St. Louis City has one of the largest animal shelter populations in the country, and more pets enter the system every single day. By adopting an animal from a shelter or rescue, new pet parents save a life and help make space for another pet to come off the street. Because of this, fewer pets are left in inhumane conditions and fewer adoptable animals are euthanized in shelters.

Petropolis Pet Resort is currently working with Gateway Pet Guardians, Tenth Life Cat Rescue, Five Acres Animal Shelter, Judy’s Forgotten Jewells, Speak! STL, Needy Paws Rescue, Tempo of the Dog Rescue, and CARE STL. All adoptable dogs and cats from these organizations are eligible for the program.

Not only does the 100 Dollars for 100 Dogs campaign help save lives, but it also helps new adopters get access to affordable, quality pet services. Like the shelters they partner with, Petropolis believes in keeping pets in loving homes. By offering grooming, training, daycare, and lodging services at a discount, Petropolis hopes to make pet parenthood a little bit easier for new adopters.

Should a shelter want to participate in the 100 Dollars for 100 Dogs campaign, contact Petropolis Pet Resort. For information about the campaign and participating shelters, visit

About Petropolis

Petropolis has offered top-notch pet care to the St. Louis Area since they first opened in 1988. All of their services – boarding, doggy daycare, training, and grooming – are pet-centric, meaning they put pets’ needs first. With their focus on enrichment and education, they hope to inspire pet owners to live an empowered life with their pets.

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