Campaigns and Events

World’s Largest Virtual Valentine

The love of adopted pets changes everything! Help us celebrate that love by creating the World’s Largest Virtual Valentine to shelter pets and the people who care for them. Submit your valentine photo or video message now through Feb. 13. On Valentine’s Day, we’ll deliver your message of love to more than 4,000 animal welfare organizations across the country!

Upcoming Adoption Events

Every month, the Petco Foundation hosts or sponsors adoption events nationwide. Find an adoption event near you—and find the pet who will steal your heart.

Feb 2 - Feb 3

February Adoption Event

February Adoption Event

Petco Stores

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Feb 16 - Feb 17

February Adoption Event

February Adoption Event

Petco Stores

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Mar 2 - Mar 3

March Adoption Event

March Adoption Event

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Mar 16 - Mar 17

March Adoption Event

March Adoption Event

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Our Campaigns

There are so many ways to help create a better world for animals. Be part of our upcoming campaigns—and put your love into action.

Feb 2 - Mar 3

Love Changes Everything

Love Changes Everything

Petco Stores

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May 4 - May 26

Pet Cancer Awareness

Pet Cancer Awareness

Petco Stores

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Holiday Wishes

The Holiday Wishes campaign gives adopters the opportunity to share their stories of how their pet changes their life, and gives the animal welfare organization they adopted from a chance to win a grant of up to $100,000 from the Petco Foundation, in partnership with Petco.

Love Stories

Annagrace + Auggie

Annagrace, a 16-year-old Sophomore, was finishing a chemistry quiz at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School when the fire alarm went off on Valentine's Day, February 14, 2018. The sound set off a chain of events that no one in the small, “nobody talks about us” city of Parkland will ever forget. This quiet community was rocked by what became known as the deadliest shooting at a high school in United States history, taking the lives of 17 people and injuring 17 more. Auggie the dog helped her family find peace.

Annagrace, Parkland, Florida

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