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offering dog and cat food to low-income residents throughout Washington County

At any given time BAM may have in stock more dog and cat food than is needed for the recipients of Kibbles on Wheels, thanks to the community's tremendous support of that program. When KOW pet food is in surplus BAM offers it to low-income dog and cat owners. 

If you are a low-income pet owner interested in receiveing these pet food donations: We ask that you pick up the food you need on scheduled dates. We also ask that you bring a container that can be filled with loose kibble, as small bags are not always in stock. The Pet Food Pantry is available from either That BAM Place in Hurricane or The BAM Center in St. George, depending on inventory.

Look for these pet food donation bins at stores that sell dog and cat food!
If you see the Kibbles on Wheels logo you can be sure you are supporting pets and people in need!

Special thanks to Mesquite Animal Shelter, Bone Appetit Natural Pet Pantry in Washington, Tractor Supply Co. in Hurricane, and Best Friends Animal Sanctuary for their past bulk donations of dog & cat food, and cat litter!

Watch our Facebook page for the most current posts about Pet Food Pantry days in Hurricane and St. George. If you find yourself without dog or cat food before a scheduled Pantry day, please contact us to arrange a special pick up. 

Are you homebound or a senior who receives Meals on Wheels?
Do you know someone who could benefit from receiving Kibbles on Wheels deliveries? Do you own or manage a store that would like to host a KOW food donation bin or food drive?
Open the Kibbles on Wheels Questionnaire to submit by mail or email.
Contact Wendy at 435-773-5209.
Kibbles on Wheels counts on dedicated volunteers to pick up, package, and deliver donated pet food. Contact J above if you are interested in providing monetary or food donations, or volunteering your time.
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