Resources and Partners

Do you have a business that could benefit from 12 months of advertising? Contact us for more information about an advertising sponsorship with Animal House Shelter! 847-961-5541 or email us at

Our Sponsors

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Downtown Pet Supply is a wonderful supporter of Animal House Shelter. Shop their wide selection of pet supplies!

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Have you Lost a Pet? Have you found someone else’s Lost Pet? Help reunite lost pets with their people!

The Doghouse of Barrington helps AHS on occasion with various services. They have training, doggie daycare and someone that sleeps with the dogs at night, wonderful & caring staff and even a spa for the dogs!!

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Petco Foundation proudly supports Animal House Shelter.

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Animal House Shelter feeds our dogs Nature’s Select.

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Did you know that with a vet’s prescription, you can get your dogs Trifexis for less at 1-800-PetMeds?

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Mosquito Hunters proudly supports AHS. You’ll see them at our PAWfest and Dash for the Dogs! Get info on pet-safe mosquito, flea, and tick control services.

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Thank you to VCA Noyes Animal Hospital for administering the vaccines and microchips at PAWfest!

Are you thinking of surrendering your pet?

We understand there are circumstances where you may need to surrender a pet. We may be able to help however space is limited because we are a no-kill facility and our focus is saving the animals that run out of time.

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Puppy Mills Are Bad News

We have rescued hundreds of puppy mill survivors. They are often dumped at high kill facilities where they are then set to be euthanized due to lack of space. We rescue many groups throughout the year like this. The puppy mill breeders dump the dogs at animal control when they are done using them for breeding. These poor dogs spends years in tiny wire cages being bred over and over again while their babies are ripped away from them at 4 weeks and younger to pet stores. They are not allowed to see sunlight, they step out of the cage on to grass, and are never shown love or compassion.

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