A Dedicated Mission To Serve Pets and Their People Since 1988

Mission: Serving Pets and Their People – While Enriching the Quality of Life in the Communities We Serve

Pet Butler is an organization made up of smart, enthusiastic, animal loving professionals. Our purpose outlines a noble cause and our services are impactful to the families that we serve. We go further by donating our time and leveraging our business platform to bring local awareness to the needs of animal rescues, shelters and of course pets in need of adoption.

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Awareness About Pet Adoption

According to the American Humane Society, each year, 2.7 million adoptable dogs and cats are euthanized in the United States, simply because there are too many pets in shelters and too few people consider adoption when looking for a pet.

The Pet Butler organization is working to bring awareness to dogs in need of rescue through local animal shelters in the markets we serve. At no cost to the rescue groups, each Pet Butler franchise is encouraged to support their local shelters by utilizing their social media channels to feature and focus on at least one rescue group and their adoptable dogs each month. By taking our mission across the country through our network of franchise owners, everyone associated with Pet Butler benefits!

We believe our mission transcends pet waste removal or the self-interest of any one individual. Of the many benefits an organization can contribute to society, helping solve the pet overpopulation problem and promoting pet adoption to save the lives of homeless pets is one of our core missions.

Core Values: The Foundation of Our Organization

We are dedicated to winning, but not at all costs. We consider ourselves successful when we win, and at the same time live the values that are important to us. The following statements define our Core Values, the should and shouldn’t that govern our decisions.

We do adoption events those are the best ones to do. It’s a great chance to meet people and promote the business at the same time.”

-Richard Raymond, Orange County, CA