Nulo Donates 5,000 Pounds of Premium Pet Food to Humane Society Silicon Valley
Independent pet food company, Nulo, ensures Bay Area pets in need
have access to good nutrition before finding a permanent home
Milpitas, Calif. – July 1, 2014 – Nulo, an independent pet food company inspiring people to live active, healthy lifestyles with their pets, announced today that the company is hand delivering more than 5,000 pounds of its premium pet food to the Humane Society Silicon Valley. Austin-based Nulo, chose the non-profit animal shelter because of its 85 years of dedication to helping Bay Area pets in need find loving, life-long families.
“As a non-profit dedicated to helping at-risk dogs and cats find safe and happy homes, we’re thankful that Nulo has chosen to help us continue to provide a high quality selection of food to feed the animals in our care,” said Beth Ward, Vice President of Community Alliances, Humane Society Silicon Valley. “This spring we celebrated our 15,000th adoption since moving to our Milpitas Animal Community Center five years ago. Generous donations like Nulo’s help make these types of inspiring milestones possible.”
Together with some of the brightest minds in the pet food industry, Nulo offers only the healthiest recipes available. The company is proud to live up to its promise of keeping pets both active and healthy for years to come. “At Nulo, we believe optimal health begins with good nutrition and an active lifestyle,” said Nulo CEO, Michael Landa. “All pets deserve the opportunity to be the best they can be, and we’re proud to help the Humane Society Silicon Valley give the dogs and cats in its care a healthy boost toward finding safe and loving homes.”
In the Bay Area, Nulo pet food is available at pet specialty retailers such as An-Jan Feed & Pet Supplies, Pet Food Express and select PetSmart stores. For a complete list of stores carrying Nulo, visit www.nulo.com. You can also become part of the Nulo family on Facebook at www.facebook.com/NuloPets, and by following us on Twitter @HelloNulo.