needed for Dogs and Cats. If you would like to join us in this rewarding work helping save lives, please
contact us. We are looking for people who can temporarily foster a cat or Dog until a permanent home is found. We provide the
medical, food if needed.
For more info, call (801) 870-9093
Help Us help them!
Ask about being a foster home.
The Pet Samaritan Fund, a nonprofit organization was established in 1991 by founder Emily C. Dial, when she saw the desperate
need to help the most helpless members of Society-abandoned/injured and/or abused pets in the Salt Lake City, Utah and
Companion animals are rescued and transported from Utah and surrounding States' animal control agencies to various rescue groups within Utah and Colorado to be made available for adoption. These animals would have otherwise been euthanized. (works with Utah County and other Shelters in the State of Utah.)
- Shelter for sick, injured, abandoned, and abused animals.
- An Adoption Progran for finding homes for unwanted animals rescued from local Animal Shelters.
- Assistance to low income individuals/familes with medical aid, pet food, misc. supplies and transportation.
Adopting A Friend
Cat adoption venues only.
Dogs are "By appointment only."
Dogs: As determined. Adoption fees include spay/neuter, vaccinations, rabies & micro-chip
Midvale Petco Store
1090 E Fort Union Blvd.
Salt Lake City, UT 84047
390 E 525 N
Ogden, UT 84404
195 E 12300 S
Draper, UT 84020
Cats: $60 to $85, Adoption fees include spay/neuter, vaccinations, rabies & micro-chip
Ask about our two-for-one special and Senior Discount!
It is the highest priority of the Pet Samaritan Fund to adopt out healthy and behaviorally sound animals to our caring community.
Our adoption fees help to offset the cost of evaluation, housing, feeding and medical care for the many animals in our
We do our best to keep our adoption prices reasonable while generating income to support our goal of caring for adoptable animals
until we can place them in a loving home. Because we are a nonprofit, donations subsidize the gap between the cost for care and
the adoption fee. It is only through the generosity of donors that we have the resources to help so many animals and hold them
until we can find a home.
The adoption fee for each animal varies and is
dependent on many factors including: age, size, behavior, medical condition, and public demand.
PLEASE NOTE: Adoptive parents must be willing and able to assume the cost for the health and welfare of the pet including medical
attention, annual veterinary exams, and vaccinations.
If unable to keep the pet, a Pet Samaritan Fund representative must be notified immediately and arrangements made for the pet's
Other Organizations to check out
Pet Samaritan Fund
3802 S. Sunnydale Dr.
Salt Lake City, UT 84109 (Office Only)
Phone: (801) 870-9093
All donations are tax deductable, and 100 percent go toward helping the animals. We have no paid staff.
Meet one of our youngest super heroes. Young Quest and his family adopted
a cat from us named "Molly" 3 yrs ago. You can see her in one of the
pictures. For the last 3 years, on his Birthday in December, he asks
his friends and family to contribute pet food and supplies in lieu of
gifts, to donate to Pet Samaritan Fund. We would like to thank him for
his kindness and generosity. This truly shows that no matter what age,
one can care about our cause and the work we do. Thank you Quest, for
your continued support!
Dana Christensen, Director
(and PSF volunteers)
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2 for $12.00
3 for $15.00
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|About Pet Samaritan...
|The Pet Samaritan Fund, a nonprofit organization established in 1991, aids needy animals mainly on the Wasatch Front, Uintah County, Utah County and some surrounding states. We are not operated or funded by any national humane groups or government agencies and must rely on our
adoptions fees and contributions.
Every penny we raise goes to caring for our animals, and we never euthanize a healthy, adoptable animal.