Santa Claus Photos are Back!

Santa is back in November! Did you miss last year’s event? We’re already planning for the holiday season so we wanted to make sure you had dates well in advance for this photo shoot.


Salty’s Pet Supply will be offering fun and memorable pet photos with a jolly and pet-friendly Santa Claus. Owners will receive a high-resolution digital copy of their image to print at their convenience, be entered into a raffle and be given a special treat. The digital photo can be used on any social media platforms. Please remember to tag us! The first 40 people will also take home a goodie bag. We look forward to seeing you!


We will be asking for a minimum of $15 donation per pet, which will benefit The Pongo Fund.  


Photos will be taken from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on November 18th at Salty’s Pet Supply. If you can’t make that date Santa will be at Fang & Feather on November 19 from 11 a.m.  to 2 p.m or December 2 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Three Paws Neighborhood Pet Supply. 

Photo Tips: 

Don’t forget to follow these tips from Dog Mom Days before you bring your dog to the store for their photo shoot!

  1. Prepare and bring high-value treats
  2. Make sure your dog is good with people (at least Santa!)  
  3. Groom and Bathe your pup! 
  4. Items to Bring: Bottle of water for you and your dog! 

What! There is more?

In addition to Santa Pics, help us raise funds for the Pongo Fund throughout the holiday season -starting on November 18.  Buy a holiday ornament for $6, $16, or $26 and we will fill our windows with all the joy of the season honoring your pet and family.  In return, you’ll go home with a tasty treat for your dog or cat. The funds will help fight animal hunger, The Pongo Fund’s mission. Never heard of them? Here is a little background:The Pongo Fund is Oregon’s only full-time charity focused on fighting animal hunger. Because hungry people have hungry pets. We work tirelessly to reduce shelter populations and keep families together by providing emergency pet food assistance to anyone in honest need. Protecting beloved family pets from the suffering, starvation, surrender, abandonment or worse, when a lack of food, but not a lack of love, is their only enemy.