Tino Bernadett Highlights H.E.L.P. - A Home For Every Living Pet
Updated: Jan 19
Tino Bernadett is happy to highlight H.E.L.P., A Home for Every Living Pet, a non-profit 501c3 organization that is dedicated to saving the lives of sick, injured and elderly animals in the Los Angeles City Shelters.
H.E.L.P shows their adoptable animals at Petco on the first and third Saturday of every month from 11 AM - 3 PM. Petco is located at 852 N Western Ave, San Pedro, CA 90732.
H.E.L.P loves saving animals! H.E.L.P. is dedicated to saving sick, injured and elderly L.A. City shelter animals - those that remain behind in their cages while others find homes, those with little chance of rescue or adoption. They assist those who choose to adopt these pets in need, knowing that there are medical challenges, by paying an agreed upon percentage of the veterinary costs necessary to care for their new family members. In cases where there is no other option and the dog or cat would be euthanized at the shelter, H.E.L.P. rescues the animal and arranges for medical treatment and foster care. They also have an intervention/outreach program which offers guidance and services to the public when they have nowhere else to turn.
Before establishing H.E.L.P. in the late 1990s, H.E.L.P's volunteers co-founded the City’s groundbreaking Mobile Adoption Program in 1995 and it was at subsequent MPA’s that they became aware of the serious need for assisting the city’s medical dogs. Responding to that heart-breaking situation, H.E.L.P. became a reality and, in 2001 H.E.L.P. was granted 501c3 non-profit status. Help is an all-volunteer run organization, and 100% of donations received go toward helping animals.
Are you interested in adopting one of H.E.L.P's adoptable animals? If so, you can submit an adoption application here.
Tino Bernadett has been a longtime supporter of Southern California nonprofits. He is an animal lover and glad to support this worthwhile organization.