Pet Friendly PR is a not-for-profit organization that promotes pet acceptance culture in public and commercial spaces.  

Founded in 2016, Pet Friendly has accomplished that around 500 businesses in various industries join this movement. On top of this initiative, Pet Friendly fully supports pet shelters and puertorican rescuers by creating food drives, calling for awareness, among other events. Their objective is that pets are included and acknowledged as a family member by creating key alliances that help make Puerto Rico a Pet Friendly island.


When we look at a dog's eyes we see loyalty. We see trust. We see friendship and love.

And when you see dogs through or eyes, you have to create the best food for them. 

The variety of our great canned and dry food is formulated to give dogs the optimal nutrition they need to live life to the fullest. It's packed with vitamins, an irresistible flavor, and happiness in each plate.

Because of our love for dogs, we make food for every type of dogs: puppies, adult dogs, senior dogs, small dogs and big dogs. Also, we have delicious treats that help them keep their teeth healthy, with a fresh breath, shiny coat and strong bones. 



Save A Sato is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to easing the suffering of Puerto Rico's homeless and abused animals. ("Sato" is slang for street dog.) This organization focuses in rescuing “satos” from streets and beaches and giving them medical care, food, shelter, and plenty of love! When rescued pets are healthy and ready for adoption they are sent to one of their partner shelters. 



Santuario San Francisco de Asís is a non-profit organization, and one of the 4 animal sanctuaries or no-kill shelters in Puerto Rico. Their mission and purpose are to shelter and rehabilitate stray or abandoned special needs pets. They provide them veterinary treatment, safe shelter, better nutrition, and tender loving care in hopes of rehabilitating these furry friends and finding them forever homes. 



Santuario Canita is a registered non-profit organization dedicated to helping stray, sick, and abused dogs. This sanctuary focuses on giving unadoptable pets a place to call home. Located in Guayama, they are the biggest sanctuary in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. 



This organization is focused on bringing awareness towards animal abuse and focuses on making pets ready for adoption. Committed to the rescue and rehabilitation of mistreated and abandoned pets, they also advocate for animal rights. With their work, they hope to bring awareness to the current animal abandonment issue on the island. 



Rabito Kontento is a not-for-profit founded in 2012, pledged to rescue abandoned dogs, in order to stabilize and find them new homes. They work with a network of volunteers compromised in battling the overpopulation of homeless and hurting animals in the streets.  While based in Hatillo, their network is island wide and volunteers serve as foster parents for the rescued dogs. This organization also has eight programs dedicated to educating and helping disabled dogs.