Community Involvement

Mondou is a business that brings together people who are passionate about pets. Since it was founded in 1938, Mondou has made animal welfare a priority.
As a result, Mondou works hard to promote and fund causes that support animals, such as the Mira Foundation, the Université de Montréal faculty of veterinary medicine’s animal shelter (Le Refuge de la Faculté de Médecine Vétérinaire de l’Université de Montréal) and many others.

Logo of Mira Foundation

Mira Foundation

Mira foundation is a non-profit organization founded in 1981. Since then, Mira help disabled individuals lead their lives independently as functioning members of society by providing dogs bred and trained to respond to their adaptation and rehabilitation needs.

Logo of Proanima


Mondou is proud to partner with the Services Animaliers de la Rive, which mission is to provide healthcare and temporary shelter to pets who were lost, abandoned, injured, stray, in distress or captured. The adoption of their little residents is one of the most important goals so that each can find an new family to play with and love.

Logo of Anima Québec

Anima Québec

Anima Québec is a non-profit organization watching over the security and well-being of cats and dogs in Quebec by inspecting, educating and informing people.

Logo of SPCA


Founded in Montreal in 1869, the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) focusses on improving the quality of animal life where beatings, overloading, starvation, lameness, and harness sores occurs. Mondou offer money and products to some SPCA across the province of Quebec.

Logo of College of Veterinary Surgeons of Quebec

Veterinary Medecine

Mondou is proud to be associated with the Veterinary Medicine people, and with their cause:

  • College of Veterinary Surgeons of Quebec
  • Veterinary Medical Association of Quebec
  • Association of Animal Health Technicians of Quebec
  • Hiring of students in Veterinary Medecine / technicians

Logo of Faculty of veterinary medicine - University of Montreal

Faculty of veterinary medicine - University of Montreal