Here you’ll find perfect gifts for the animal lovers in your life, the proceeds of which help us rescue, nurture and adopt out more animals each year. You’ll also find gifts that you can give to the animals in our care—services or items from our wishlist that will make them comfortable and happy while they wait to be adopted.
Keep track of important dates in 2022 with The Art of the Rescue Pet calendar. Each month features our adorable—rescued and adopted—dogs and cats. In the process, you will be helping us continue our no-kill mission to rescue, nurture, adopt, and educate in 2022 and well into the future.
You can bake treats for your pet with Dash Express Dog Treat Maker. Of course, you can use it for any of your favorite human recipes, too. Dash will donate 2% to 4% of the purchase price to North Shore Animal League America. You can also find the Dash Express Dog Treat Maker on Amazon, and at Target, Kohl’s and Bloomingdales.
Shop Bird and Stone’s Animal Rescue Collection for great gift ideas like this Animal Advocate Set. For a limited time, 10% of the sale price will be donated to North Shore Animal League America.
This year give your loved ones gifts that save animals’ lives. Plus, you can send or download a free personalized eCard with every gift to tell a loved one you’ve given in their honor — it’s the perfect present for the animal lovers in your life!
Brighten up a Mutt-i-gree’s® day with a gift from our AmazonSmile Charity Wish List. Choose from assorted items specially selected by our shelter team for all the furry friends in our shelter.
By giving a customizable Tribute Gift in honor of a special person or pet, you will contribute to our life-saving mission while also ensuring that you will have a beautiful memorial for your loved one that will remain a permanent part of Animal League America’s campus grounds.
Tell the world that supporting and adopting rescue pets is the only option. Our symbolic Rescue Cuff and Rescue Tag are designed to raise awareness of the plight of homeless animals—and North Shore Animal League America’s no-kill mission.