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House for Dogmanity:
A Non-Profit 501(c)(3) Restore - Thrift Store for dogs and their owners.

Check out our feature in the Daily Freeman!

In this ever evolving world and society goods are needed for the care and the proper upbringing of even the family pet. Our pets are part of our family unit and must be cared for properly. We find at time that items that are needed to help with the behavior and the upbringing of puppies can be very challenging on a family budget, so we have developed a Restore - Thrift Storefor Dogs. Like children, puppies outgrow various items needed: collars, crates, beds, and when they get older they need senior items such as; stairs. Orthopedic beds, slings, carts. The House provides these goods at an affordable price. Most of the goods are donated, in very good condition, some new or slightly used, they are then sold to the general public at reduced rates and all the proceeds will be donated to shelters and pet rescues of the Hudson Valley.The House for Dogmanity is run by volunteers of the dog world. We all find a way to give from our dogs to your dogs.

Everyone should be able to afford a pet!!!!

What Is The House for Dogmanity Restore - Thrift Store?

The Restore - Thrift Store is a discount pet store that sells donated materials at reduced prices to the general public. 100% of the profits support the dog shelters and dog rescues of the Hudson Valley.

The mission of the Pet Restore - Thrift Store:

  1. To keep usable pet products, and recycle them in our community.
  2. To provide new and slightly used pet products at affordable prices to everyone.
  3. To generate additional funds much needed in supporting working dog shelters and dog rescues of the Hudson Valley.

What types of things can I donate?

We need the following: dog dishes, crates, apparel, collars, leashes, training aids, books, beds, dog related products.

Where is the Restore - Thrift Store located?

Located at 385 Foxhall Avenue in The Doc’s K9 Center.

Opening Soon! Please call for details.

Monetary Donation Recipients

Your donated items can be turned into monetary funds needed to run Shelters and rescues.

Jack Russell Refuge, Rhinebeck, NY $1,000.00 December 2014

Ulster SPCA, Kingston, NY $1,000.00 March 2015

Dutchess SPCA, Hyde Park, NY $1,000.00 April 2015

Saugerties Animal Shelter, Saugerties, NY $1,000.00 May 2015

Have a Heart Animal Welfare Fund, Accord, NY $1,000.00 June 2015

Columbia Humane Society SPCA $1,000.00 July 2015

August 2015's check of $1,000.00 dollars is headed off to Paws Unlimited Foundation run by Shari Bach, located on Murray Road Kingston, NY. ! Thank you to all who are making this happen, in total we have donated $7,000.00 dollars so far !!!!

September 2015 $1,000.00 donation to Animal Rescue Foundation: ARF, Bacon NY

October 2015's donation of $1,000.00 went to the Hudson Valley Animal & Rescue Sanctuary, Pleasant Valley, NY

November 2015 recipient of the $1,000.00 from House for Dogmanity is Pets Alive in Middleton, NY

December of last year a tragic event occured at the Jack Russell Refuge in Rhinebeck, NY we were able to raise over $4,000.00 from our wonderful Dog Community to help them get back on their feet. This December the tradion will live on in giving a Donation in December 2015 to them. Thank you Dale Mountain for all you do in Rescue work. May your rescue live on for many more Jacks !!!

January 2016 Lab Rescue Of The Hudson Valley

February 2016 Recipient of the $1,000.00 donation from the House for Dogmanity is: Take Me Home Pet Rescue !!!!!

March 2016 Paws Unlimited

April 2016 Savannah K9 Fund Service Dog

June 2016 Out Of The Pits

July 2016 Furry Friends Pet Recue

August 2016 Dutchess County SPCA

September 2016 Mr. Mo Project

October 2016 Mid-Hudson Bloodhound Refuge

November 2016 $1,000.00 donated to the Ulster Spca

December 2016 $1,000.00 donated to the Jack Russell Refuge \

Jan 2017 Saugerties Animal Shelter

Feb 2017 Save a Lab

March 2017 Compassionate Animal Rescue of Duchess County

April 2017 Hudson Valley Animal Rescue & Sanctuary

May 2017 Hudson Valley SPCA

June 2017: Crate Escape $1,000.00

July 2017: Pets Alive $1,000.00

August 2017: Best Friends Hurricane Relief $1,000.00

September 2017: Best Friends Hurricane Relief $1,000.00

October 2017: Columbia SPCA/Humane Society: $1,000.00

November 2017: Saugerties Animal Shelter: $1,000.00

December 2017: Paws Unlimited: $1,000.00

Donations to December 2017 $45,000.00 back into the Hudson Valley Community.

Recipients - Thank You's

WOW !!! Thanks so much for your unexpected and much appreciated $1,000.00 gift to ARF. We are so grateful for your generosity, be assured all of your gift will go to the health and core of our animals. We know we are not alone.

Joan Cornett VP - Animal Rescue Foundation ARF

I would like to extend my personal thanks and that of Paws Unlimited for your generous donation of $1,000.00 to Paws Unlimited Foundation, Inc. The money donated to paws will be used for medical care for the growing population of senior dogs here at the shelter.

Shari Bach, Founder/President Paws Unlimited Foundation

Dear Friends at House for Dogmanity
I just wanted to take a moment to thank you personally for the generous donation of $1,000.00 you recently gave to benefit the homeless and needy animals of the Columbia- Greene Society/ SPCA. 

Thank you
Ron Perez Jr. President

Dear Dr. Karen,

You and House for Dogmanity have been so generous in supporting Have A Heart. Your generous donation helps many of the neglected, abused and homeless dogs in our community.

The $1000 donation will take care of much needed medical care for the dogs in out County pounds plus those whose families cannot afford spay/neuter services and other necessary needs.

We thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your support and generosity.

Merle Borenstein , Jill Shufeldt and all the four paws

Have A Heart Animal Welfare Fund, Inc. is so very grateful for the generous donation you raised through House for Dogmanity. This was such a gracious and unexpected gift.

Thank you, Merle Borenstein

We have been overwhelmed by your generosity to our Jack Russell refuge since our tragic fire in December.  All donations have been put to good use and we are in the process of putting the final touches on our new kennel. 

Kindly thank those who donated thru your efforts and keep up the good work with your charity sales at your Kingston facility.

With heartfelt thanks,
Dale Mountan
Russell Refuge Inc

The Ulster County SPCA would like to thank Dr. Karen Garelick and The House for Dogmanity for the generous donation of $1,000. This money will help the county's abandoned, abused and homeless dogs that we rescue, care for, and adopt out to new homes. The House for Dogmanity is a novel idea that will enrich the lives of many shelter animals in our area while helping people in the community purchase dog items at a discount. Thanks again to Dr. Karen! Best wishes on the continued success of your super store!!

Jill Schintone
Executive Board Member

Dear House for Dogmanity,

Thank you so much for your generous donation of a $1000 to the town of Saugerties Animal Shelter.. That money will go a long way to keep our animals safe and healthy.. You are the best!!!!

Elly Monfett
Shelter Manager

On behalf of the animals, the staff, and the Board of Directors of the Dutchess County SPCA, I would like to thank you for your donation of $1,000.00 from House for Dogmanity Inc. We are extremely grateful for your support.
Your gift will allow us to continue to serve the hundreds of homeless, abandoned and abused animals that enter our shelter each year and support the numerous programs that we offer to the residents of Dutchess County. Such services include our Low-Cost Medical and Spay / Neuter Clinics, our Humane Education Programming, our Humane Law Enforcement Officers, and our Emergency Pet Food Pantry.

Thank you so much for supporting the DCSPCA and for caring about the animals.


Jackie Rose, J.D., M.S.
Executive Director

Our Success

Success is measured by giving.




This helps not only people, but the environment and your dogs. When we purchase something that is lightly used for 50% or more of what they would cost in a store is a great savings, this savings can be used for obedience classes, food, or vet bills.

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