Want to help dogs in Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi affected by Hurricane Isaac? One dog food company has stepped forward to help dogs in need who are now at risk because of Hurricane Isaac and its wrath of fury. Fidose of Reality fans can pitch in and help out, too. Here’s how:
BOGO Bowl normally operates their buy-one-give-one model to distribute food to animal shelters around the country, recipients designated by the food purchaser. For the next few weeks, buyers are encouraged to buy a bag of dog food at BOGOBowl.com and designate the matching recipient as ‘Isaac.’
BOGO Bowl premium dog food is produced in Ohio, with protein, fruit, and vegetables, and contains no artificial fillers, colors, or flavors; no corn, wheat, or soy used as filler. The starches in BOGO Bowl dog food are encapsulated to ensure less fermentation in the dog’s body, and hip healthy vitamins are included in most formulas. Sara Henderson is the CEO and brainchild behind the company. BOGO Bowl sells seven types of dog food online and contributes food to shelter partners across the United States, with a buy one, give one concept.
All BOGO Bowl formulas meet AAFCO criteria for healthy, quality pet food. Formulas included Puppy, Maintenance, Healthy Weight, Lamb Meal and Rice, Chicken Meal and Rice, Salmon Meal and Rice, and No Grain.
Dogs already in shelters, dogs who’ve gotten lost amidst evacuation and stray dogs are now in crowded shelters in the hardest hit states, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana, or they’ve been shipped out to shelters in neighboring states. BOGO Bowl will direct food to these overcrowded, stretched-thin shelters.
To participate in this effort, visit BogoBowl.com, purchase any size of the seven food formulas and choose ‘Isaac’ as the recipient during checkout.