Best Friends Deserve The Best Nutrition

A few more dogs just found something new to love in their bowls.

Nulo Pet Food is proud to have recently donated 12,000 meals to the adorable dogs of the Best Friends Animal Society, based in Kanab, UT.

Nearly 30 years ago, when Best Friends helped launch and pioneer the no-kill movement, over 17 million homeless pets were dying in our nation’s shelters. Today, that number is down to around 4 million unnecessary deaths annually – that is tremendous progress, but Best Friends is committed to reducing that number to zero. It’s a mission that Best Friends calls No More Homeless Pets. By partnering with local governments, grassroots organizations and passionate individuals, they are making big strides toward ending the unnecessary killing of shelter pets in the United States.

From time to time, Nulo Pet Food is able to donate nutritious kibble or canned meals to various pet-related organizations due to inventory surplus, packaging misprints or product discontinuations. “As a young company, we don’t always have tons of resources to give away to these great organizations … so our hearts are filled when we have an opportunity like this to impact so many sheltered dogs or cats with great nutrition,” says Michael Landa, CEO of Nulo.

Approximately 12,000 cans of Nulo Lifestyles Dog Food were sent to the famous Best Friends “Dog Town” Sanctuary in Angel Canyon.

Dogtown is part of the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary and is filled with tail-wagging, friendly neighbors. They come from all walks of life. Some are traumatized from abuse or neglect. Others are antisocial. Some simply have very special medical needs. But once they arrive at Dogtown, the healing begins. This is the place where a dog can just be a dog, running around and making friends. Along with top-of-the-line medical care, these dogs get all of the love and training they need to recover from their pasts so that they can move on to permanent, loving homes, which most do. For the rest, Dogtown is home for as long as they need it to be.

To learn more about Best Friends, visit www.bestfriends.org or follow them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/bestfriendsanimalsociety