Milk replacer company supplies meals to pets in need

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The company donated over 80,000 meals to newborn puppies and kittens

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Pet-AG announced it has partnered with Greater Good Charities to provide nutritions to newborn puppies and kittens in need. Since January 1, 2023, Pet-Ag has donated over 80,000 meals worth almost $500,000 to shelters and animal welfare groups across the country through Great Good Charities GOODS Program.

“We’re proud to support Greater Good Charities and to have the opportunity to provide life- saving nourishment to puppies and kittens in need,” said Andrea Henderson, vice president of marketing, in an organizational release.1

“Greater Good and their network of ambassadors have been strong partners, and we’re grateful for their continued support in getting donations to the animals that need them most,” she continued.

According to the release,1 Rescue Park Chicago is the primary recipient of this donation, with the remaining products distributed to multiple shelters all over the United States. Along with GOODS Program, Pet-Ag partnered with the Stray Cat Alliance and actor Nathan Kehn to support the program “Nathan’s Fosters” program. Pet-Ag has donated its products to this program in comprehensive foster care kits for participants of the program.

To learn more about the charity work, visit the Pet-Ag website.

Reference

Pet-Ag Donates Milk Replacers to Supply 80,000 Meals for Newborn Puppies and Kittens in Need. News release. Pet-Ag. June 27, 2023. Accessed July 6, 2023.

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