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The Pet Chow Pantry - by Pets Alive
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Most pet owners worry about how they can afford the high hospital bills for their pets when an emergency occurs. Having the Chow Chow dog insurance will help you pay off hospital bills when your dog falls ill.
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When switching to Purina Dog Chow Healthy Weight from another food, please allow 7 - 10 days for the transition. Gradually add more Purina Dog Chow Healthy Weight and less of the previous food to your pet’s dish each day until the changeover is complete. This gradual transition will help avoid dietary upsets. You can count on Chow Hound to help make caring for your newly adopted pet a successful and rewarding experience.
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Q: How do I know if I qualify for pet food?
A: The Pet Chow Pantry coordinator will get in touch with you after reviewing your request. You should expect to get a response within one week.Q: How do I donate pet food and cat litter to the Pet Chow Pantry?
A: Donations of pet food and cat litter can be dropped off Pets Alive, 363 Derby Road in Middletown, seven days a week between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.Q: Where and when can I pick up food for my pet?
A: If your application is approved, the Pet Chow Pantry coordinator will make arrangements to meet you at the pantry, which is located at 363 Derby Road in Middletown.We gladly accept corporate and business sponsorships. Are you a shelter, rescue, veterinarian or pet related business? Would you like to be a partner with us? We will proudly promote your business and logo as a sponsor of our Pet Chow Pantry. You can be a full sponsor of the Pantry, a participant, or just a business member willing to place donation bins, or collect and deliver the collections to us. Whatever part you'd like to play in the Pantry, we want your help and participation! Please contact us at: Q: Can I volunteer at the Pet Chow Pantry?
A: Yes, we would welcome your help. Please check out the volunteer opportunities on this webpage and reach out to us via phone or email to let us know what service you would like to offer.We gladly accept corporate and business sponsorships. Are you a shelter, rescue, veterinarian or pet related business? Would you like to be a partner with us? We will proudly promote your business and logo as a sponsor of our Pet Chow Pantry. You can be a full sponsor of the Pantry, a participant, or just a business member willing to place donation bins, or collect and deliver the collections to us. Whatever part you'd like to play in the Pantry, we want your help and participation! Please contact us at:
The economy places strain on all food banks, including those serving family pets. New York charities are seeing dramatic increases in demand as a result.

has created the Pet Chow Pantry to help feed family pets who are going hungry and may ultimately be abandoned. Pet Chow Pantry ONLY serves residents local to the Middletown, NY area. You must be able to come and pick up your food at our facility in Middletown, NY. If you are unable to pick up the food we may be able to arrange for transportation for residence who live no more than an hour from our facility.

Pet Chow Pantry collects donations for distribution at 363 Derby Road, Middletown, NY, seven days a week from 11:00am to 4:00pm. In all honesty, some Chows do have temperament problems. The breed went through two periods of dramatic public popularity, once in the 1930's and again during the 1980's. In a rush to cash in on this popularity and sell puppies quickly for a profit, unscrupulous or inexperienced breeders and pet owners often used Chows with unsuitable temperaments for breeding. Believing the myths that Chows were supposed to be unfriendly or aggressive, they didn't know or didn't care that this kind of disposition is not acceptable in reputable circles. Experienced, responsible breeders with a sincere interest in what's good for Chows and the people who buy them refuse to use stock that is aggressive or shy.