Dee-O-Gee Missoula is a pet supply and grooming services company. They specialize in providing natural, healthy food for dogs and cats. Dee-O-Gee also sell holistic supplements and pet products from both national and local manufacturers. Visit their website to order online and find out more about local delivery options and more. Follow them on Facebook and Instagram to stay in the know about all things pet! Be sure you visit them at Pet Fest, where they will be offering free samples of pet treats as well as a limited supply of free merchandise for pets and their parents.
The AniMeals’ Animal Food Bank supports animal shelters and rescues across Montana by supplementing the food needs of homeless animals, which frees up precious dollars for other critical needs, like medicine and surgeries. Additionally, the food bank feeds the pets of the homebound disabled, families in crisis, feral cat colonies, and animals living on the streets. The AinMeals No-Kill Adoption Center takes in cats and kittens who may otherwise have no home. They take the old, the infirm, the youngsters born to feral mothers that need socializing and homeless kitties that need medical assistance. AniMeals believe that every life is valuable regardless of age or medical issues. The adoption center provides a safe haven for those that have run out of options. Visit AniMeals at Pet Fest to learn more about the cats and kittens they have available for adoption, or to find out more about all the ways you can help support their mission. You can also find more information on their website or Facebook page.
Located in Polson, the All Hearts Rescue takes unwanted dogs and cats in from local and non-local shelters. Most of these animals would otherwise be euthanized. All of All Hearts Rescue’s pets are up for adoption, and they are all current on vaccinations. Follow them on Facebook to learn more about the rescue and their available animals. Visit them at Pet Fest to learn more!
The Thompson River Animal Care Shelter, located in Thompson Falls, works hard to provide shelter for the lost, homeless, neglected and abused animals until a suitable loving home can be found. You can learn more about the shelter, their available animals, and how you can support their mission by visiting their website and Facebook page.
Footloose Montana is a grassroots, non-profit organization that promotes trap-free public lands for people, pets and wildlife. Visit their website and follow them on Facebook to learn more the organization and how you can become involved. You can also visit them at Pet Fest to learn more.
Showcase Pet Grooming & Supplies stocks “super premium” pet foods, supplements, toys, treats (including Katie’s Kookies) and other products for pets. If they don’t have it, they are happy to special order it for you. If your dog or cat wants to show their support for their team, Showcase has tons of Griz Wear for Pets! From collars and leashes to warm fuzzy coats, you’ll find it here. Showcase also offers professional grooming services by appointment. They provide kind and caring professional grooming for dogs and cats. They offer self service bathing on Sundays. They’ll provide everything you need to bathe your dog and they’ll clean up the mess! You’ll find more information on their website and Facebook page.
Bart n Biscuits, LLC a locally owned and operated dog treat company, specializes in dog treats and cakes including flavors like their famous staple – Peanut butter and pumpkin, and they have it down! Over a year of research, a development in the kitchen, human taste tested and Bart the Blue Nose Pittie and Biscuit the goofball Red Heeler approved! A delightfully flavorful Peanut Butter and Pumpkin dog treat made with homemade peanut butter. Some of their other yummy flavors include molasses and oat; sweet potato; minty fresh breath and even homemade cinnamon roll. Bart n Biscuits also makes specialty cakes! Everything is made is all natural with zero preservatives and made with locally sourced ingredients. Each package includes the freshness baked on date so you know your Pups treats are super fresh. You can follow them on Facebook, learn more on their website, and see all the yumminess on Instagram!
Cats on Broadway is the premier veterinary in Missoula for compassionate care for your cat! They specialize in feline veterinary medicine, dentistry, food and supplies. They also provide laser therapy, grooming and boarding services. While they mainly treat cats, they happily provide treatment to small animals such as rabbits, ferrets, birds and many others. Visit their website or Facebook page to learn more.
Missoula Mountain Berry Bowls offers fresh Acai Smoothie bowls. A thick smoothie that you eat with a spoon, topped with granola and different fresh fruits and toppings. Everything that they serve is gluten and dairy free! You can find their menu on their website and learn more about the truck, and the yummy goodies you’ll find there, by following them on Facebook.
2 Barking Sisters’ Dog Spaw invites you to come pamper your pooch at their full-service dog salon! Open Monday through Saturday from 8 to 5 by appointment only, 2 Barking Sisters’ offers an online booking system via their website for convenience You can also call 531-2765 for an appointment. You can keep up with 2 Barking Sisters’ by following them on Facebook. Visit them at Pet Fest to learn more about the services they offer.
The Missoula Urban Demonstration Project (MUD) empowers people to build a more sustainable community through tool sharing and hands on learning. MUD runs a community tool library and hosts a variety of sustainable living workshops. You can learn more about the organization and the services they offer by visiting their website. You can also stay in the know about upcoming workshops and more by following them on Facebook. Visit them at Pet Fest to build a small leash and treat holder. The cost will be $10 and pre-registration is not required.
At Denny Menholt University Honda, their extensive inventory of Honda cars, trucks, vans, and SUV’s, includes the Honda Civic, CR-V, Ridgeline and Odyssey. They work hard to get you into the vehicle you have always wanted. That new Honda is waiting for you and they work with a vast array of lending sources to make sure you will get the most complete and comprehensive financial package available. Visit them at Pet Fest to learn more. You can also visit their website to get your trade in value, apply for financing, and view available vehicles. Follow them on Facebook to stay in the know about all the exciting happenings at Denny Menholt University Honda!
The Y’all Scream Ice-cream Truck will be at Pet Fest offering sealed packaging, limited contact, and delivery of tasty ice cream treats for people and free mini whip cream cups to fur babies. Follow them on Facebook to learn more about the truck.
The Missoula Broadcasting Company is a locally owned and operated radio family that includes Trail 103.3, 104.5 the U, Jack FM 105.9 & ESPN 102.9. Pet Fest’s media partner, Trail 103.3 is the home of Missoula’s quality rock and a part of our unique Western Montana community. You can find a “listen live” button on their website. You can also keep up with concerts coming to Western Montana and get details on fun giveaways by joining the fun on their Facebook page. Visit their booth at Pet Fest for promotional giveaways like sunglasses, stickers and hats, You’ll also be able to register to win tickets to an upcoming event.
2 Moms Ice Cream Truck will be at Pet Fest offering pre-packaged ice creams, snacks and drinks at just $2-$3 per item! 2 Moms Ice Cream, is a family owned business with a Penguin-themed truck that is kid friendly and represents family diversity at community events. Follow them on Facebook to keep track of the truck.
Missoula City/County Animal Control is dedicated to the protection and care of all domestic animals and the safety of the public. Through enforcement, education and sheltering, Missoula Animal Control strives to care for Missoula County’s lost, injured, and abused animals. As a public animal shelter they work very hard to return lost pets to their correct owners and adopt those that are unclaimed to new homes. Visit them at Pet Fest to learn about the animals they have available for adoption. They will also be offering micro-chipping, licensing, and low-cost vaccinations. For more information about the programs Missoula Animal Control visit their website or Facebook page.
Missoula Friends of the Shelter is a non-profit auxiliary to Missoula Animal Control; offering assistance for Animal Control Activities, and education/awareness about costs and responsibilities of owning a pet. They achieve their mission by assisting with spay/neuter costs, unexpected pet medical emergencies, associated adoption costs, and medical treatments not covered by MAC for shelter pets. Each request for help is handled on a case-by-case basis.Visit them at Pet Fest to find out more. You can also find out more about the organization, and the work they do, by visiting their website and following them on Facebook.
Happy Paws, Inc. is a dog boarding and daycare facility in southern Missoula. Dogs are treated to large outdoor play spaces where they can enjoy being a dog with all their canine friends! Visit the Happy Paws website or Facebook page for more information about their facilities and the services they offer.
Paws of Perseverance, located in Kalispell, is the only nonprofit bully breed rescue in the Northwest region. They specialize in cruelty, abandonment, neglect, and most of all, behavior cases. Visit them at Pet Fest to learn more about the dogs they have available for adoption. You can also learn more about the rescue and how you can support their mission by visiting their website or Facebook page.
At Toiffer Pet Outfitter, they offer a curated selection of the best products for cats and dogs. Hand-selected, researched, and often hard-to-find, their products are gentle on our planet, ethically sourced and beautifully crafted. Visit them at Pet Fest to get in on giveaways, see some of their merchandise for cats and dogs, and more. You can also find out more about what they offer by visiting their website and following them on Facebook.
Working Dogs for Conservation (WD4C) is the world’s leading conservation detection dog organization. Whether it’s law enforcement, biosecurity, or ecological monitoring, WD4C consults, collaborates, and builds capacity to make conservation happen. Building upon techniques from narcotics detection, cadaver detection, and search and rescue, the organization has pioneered ways to use dogs’ extraordinary sense of smell to protect wildlife and wild places. WD4C dogs can detect weeds before they break the surface, animals that live below ground, and aquatic organisms invisible to the human eye. The organization’s co-founders were the first to train dogs to detect wide-ranging carnivores non-invasively, to uncover illegal snares in Africa, and to find invasive plants, insects, and fish. WD4C is also at the forefront of the fight against wildlife trafficking, training dogs to detect ammunition, guns, poisons, snares, ivory, rhino horn, and pangolin scales. In the process, the organization offers a second chance to high-drive shelter dogs, many of whom would have been euthanized if WD4C had not put them to work saving wildlife. Visit them at Pet Fest to see one of the dogs in action! Learn more about the organization, and how you can get involved, by visiting their website or following them on Facebook.
Renewal by Andersen is the full service replacement division of Andersen Windows with their exclusive Fibrex, custom made windows and patio doors. Visit their website or Facebook page for more information.
The Humane Society of Western Montana (HSWM) is a locally-loved 501(c)(3) nonprofit with the goal of making home possible for companion animals in Western Montana. With an adoption rate of over 98%, HSWM finds homes for over 1,400 pets annually. In addition to placing animals into loving homes, HSWM serves as a leading resource to keep pets in their homes through low-income spay/neuter clinics, free wellness clinics, veterinary financial assistance, a free behavior helpline and humane education. Learn more by visiting their website and follow them on Facebook to keep up with all the happenings at the shelter.
Montana K-9 Safety
Be prepared and get trained to save your pet’s life. Montana K9 Safety has courses for you! Offering Pet First Aid/CPR and Disaster Response, Advanced K9 First Aid, Pet First Aid & CPR for Youth, Pet First Aid & CPR for Pet Care Professionals, Pet First Aid & CPR for First Responders, K9 Wilderness Emergency Care, Dog Attack and Bite Prevention and Dog Bite Prevention for Utility Workers. Visit their website or Facebook page for more information.
Dog Tag Buddies is a non-profit organization that pairs veterans with invisible injuries with rescued dogs and provides training, either as a well behaved pet or as a service dog, depending on the needs of the veteran. All services are provided at no cost to the veteran. Visit Dog Tag Buddies at Pet Fest to learn more about the organization. You can also find out more about Dog Tag Buddies, and how you can get involved by visiting their website or by following their Facebook page.
The mission at Montana Pittie Project, Inc. is to rescue bully breeds from death row, to care for them and find them homes; and to engage the hearts and minds of our community to bring about an end to the needless killing of abandoned and abused bully breeds. Montana Pittie Project is a foster based rescue with no specific location as they rely on fosters across Montana to help them save bully breeds from euthanasia. Fosters provide a safe, loving, stress free home for our dogs to decompress so we can better assess how they may act out of the shelter and in a normal setting. Pittie Project foster homes are crucial in the process of saving dogs lives, teaching them to trust and live again, and finding them their forever home. The Pittie Project is always in need fosters and volunteers, and they invite interested individuals to learn more about the organization and apply to be a foster home on their website. You can also learn more by following them on Facebook.
At Critter Harmony their passion will always be spoiling your pets in a sustainable fashion. They have Scrunch-Dannas, Twisty-Scarves, leashes, collars, bungee tug toys, custom harnesses and more! Critter Harmony’s webbing products are made in USA, high quality and offer peace of mind for keeping your pet safe. They offer customized options to fit your needs, and invite you to message their Etsy page. They offer free shipping on orders over $35! Check out their Facebook page to learn more.
Zilis Hemp CBD sells high quality, physician formulated, and water soluble CBD products designed for both humans and their fur babies! Our pets struggle with similar ailments as we do and CBD can help them relax and relieve joint discomfort, seizures, digestive concerns, and more. Visit with Carissa at Pet Fest to learn more. You can also learn more about what Zilis has to offer on Carissa’s website.
The Arlee Rehabilitation Center, ARC, is a 501c3 nonprofit serving the Flathead Indian Reservation by providing a sanctuary where animals heal people and people heal animals. The organization harnesses Reservation dog rescue to heal vulnerable people struggling with suicide risk, domestic abuse, and trauma. ARC consists of three programs. The flagship program, the Reservation Canine Healing Experiment (RCHE) applies Social & Emotional Learning (SEL) to help mitigate the Indigenous youth suicide crisis. It also offers safe sanctuary and animal-assisted therapy to victims of historical trauma and domestic abuse. ARC’s Paws on the Ground (POG) grassroots program recruits Tribal community liaisons and volunteers to build trust and emergency response capacity for animals and pet-owners within hard-hit Reservation communities. It aims to reach vulnerable rural populations. The third and final ARC program is a Flathead Reservation Spay Neuter Taskforce. The organization is partnering with other organizations to launch consistent spay/neuter clinics for the Reservation and ultimately plan to provide access to on-site low-income vet support for the community. The Taskforce also serves to support ARC’s other two programs. You can learn more about the Arlee Rehabilitation Center by visiting their website and Facebook page and don’t forget to visit with them at Pet Fest.
While they steal our hearts, our pets sometimes have odors that can overtake our homes, too. While we’re thrilled about the first thing, we’re not thrilled about the second. Scentsy Independent Consultant Jayanne Bodily will be at Pet Fest to help pet owners find the Scentsy products. Known for their wax and warmers, Scentsy has expanded and now has a pet line that includes shampoo, detangling spray, and deodorizing spray. Visit Jayanne’s website or Facebook page to find out more.