Royal Canin Pledges to Donate Up to Two Bowls of Pet Food for Every Royal Canin Purchase
ST. CHARLES, Mo., May 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Royal Canin and PetFlow’s Good Deeds Program have teamed up with Rescue Bank to donate a bowl of pet food to shelters in the U.S. with any purchase on www.PetFlow.com throughout the month of May. As an added bonus, one additional bowl of pet food will be donated for every shipment of Royal Canin products. That means two bowls of pet food will be donated to a shelter pet in need for every Royal Canin purchase at PetFlow.
According to the American Humane Association, over four million pets nationwide enter animal shelters annually, resulting in a large number of animals to provide food, health care and shelter for on a daily basis for months at a time. To meet these critical needs, shelters consistently depend on donations of food, supplies, and monetary support to care for animals while the pets wait to find a forever home.
Purchases made through PetFlow in May will provide donations of much-needed food for a shelter cat or dog’s nutrition and wellbeing, while helping to raise awareness of the many adoptable shelter pets that are ready for a family.
“At Royal Canin, our goal is to make a better world for pets, because pets make our world better,” said Dr. Brent Mayabb, Royal Canin Vice President of Corporate Affairs and veterinarian. “We are excited to partner with PetFlow and Rescue Bank to help make a difference in the lives of shelter pets in need.”
Each shelter that is selected will be highlighted on the PetFlow Good Deeds site: www.petflow.com/good. You can follow #PFGoodDeeds on social to read the stories about the shelter pets you are helping with your purchase.
“Our partnership with Royal Canin and Rescue Bank this month is a great opportunity for us to give back to shelters and the pets they so selflessly help through our Good Deeds program,” says Michael Lackman, CEO of PetFlow. “We have already provided thousands of meals to needy animals and this is another hugely meaningful step in the right direction for the program as we work hard to get pets into loving homes through the support of shelters and heightened awareness within the pet community.”
Royal Canin is sponsoring the Good Deeds program from May 1 through May 31, 2016. To participate, visit www.PetFlow.com.
About Royal Canin USA
Royal Canin USA is a leader in science-based cat and dog health nutrition. Founded by a veterinarian in 1968, Royal Canin has more than 40 years of experience in delivering individualized nutritional solutions. In collaboration with an expert team of nutritionists, breeders, and veterinarians from around the world, Royal Canin places cats and dogs at the central point of the innovation process. The Royal Canin product line offers a range of diets based on size, age, breed, life style and therapeutic requirements. Royal Canin diets are available at veterinary hospitals and pet specialty stores nationwide. Royal Canin is a subsidiary of Mars, Incorporated. To learn more about Royal Canin visit www.royalcanin.us and “LIKE” us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/royalcaninus.
PetFlow, a leading retail brand of specialty pet food and supplies, is changing the way pet parents care for their loved ones through its mission of Good Foods and Good Deeds. It offers fast delivery on nearly 10,000 of the best products available in specialty pet, including food, treats, toys, bedding, accessories and health supplies, with convenient subscription and auto-ship options. The organization also serves as a trusted partner that pet lovers can rely on for personalized, data-driven advice and recommendations on nutrition and wellness. Through its Good Deeds charitable giving program, PetFlow has helped thousands of pets in need and is an ally to many rescue organizations throughout the U.S. For more information on PetFlow, visit PetFlow.com or Facebook.com/PetFlow.
About Rescue Bank
Rescue Bank operates on the national food bank model, serving community-based animal welfare groups that typically lack access to resources. Rescue Bank recognizes that these smaller, less-visible groups represent a substantial portion of America’s animal rescue resource. Rescue Bank works with name-brand suppliers to deliver donated pet food to serve both the ongoing needs of more than 1,200 animal welfare organizations and the immediate needs of communities after disasters such as Superstorm Sandy and Midwestern tornadoes. Since establishing its national network in 2011, Rescue Bank has delivered more that 80 million meals of nutritious, wholesome pet food. Rescue Bank is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization supported by public and private donations. For more information visit http://www.rescuebank.org or find us on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/RescueBank.