Adoption Organization Resources
ThunderWorks Company is committed to helping millions of dogs and their families
to better cope with anxiety, fear and over-excitement problems. ThunderShirt’s
gentle, constant pressure has a dramatic calming effect for most dogs and is the
most simple solution available. As part of these efforts, we have partnered with
Petfinder.com and the Petfinder.com Foundation to make ThunderShirts available to
adoption organizations across the country. Several donation programs are available.
Please see below for information about those programs and for other resources to
help make the most of ThunderShirts for the dogs under your care.
Donations from the Public
If you would like to offer the opportunity for people in your community to donate
new ThunderShirts to your organization at deeply discounted prices, please visit
the following link to learn more -
Petfinder.com Foundation Grants
In partnership with the Petfinder.com Foundation, ThunderShirt Company is currently
donating 5,000 ThunderShirts to adoption organizations across the country. If you
would like to apply for a grant from the Petfinder.com Foundation, please visit
the link below. Or
click here to view the press release about the program.
Below are just a couple of the many endorsements of using ThunderShirts to help
dogs available for adoption.
“We recently put a ThunderShirt on an unsocialized 5-month-old puppy that hadn’t
stopped shaking since he arrived days ago. He was a big time shaker and scared of
everything. We put the ThunderShirt on and instantly, in the blink of an eye, he
was a new dog! Unbelievable!” ~ Nicky Ratliff, Executive Director, The Humane
Society of Carroll County Westminster, MD
“At Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, we frequently use ThunderShirts with dogs who
exhibit anxiety or lack confidence. It helps to ease their adjustment stress in
the short-term and to reduce other anxieties over the longer-term. The ThunderShirt
is so wonderful for our Sanctuary dogs, as it is lightweight, easy to put on and
stays in place.” Jen Severud, CPDT-KA, Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, Kanab, UT