Texas-Based Nulo Donates 6,000 Pounds of Pet Food to Dallas Shelter

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    Texas-based Nulo Pet Food is donating over 6,000 pounds of their premium pet food to Operation Kindness in Carrollton.

    Operation Kindness is the largest and oldest no-kill shelter in North Texas, assisting 4,000 dogs and cats every year.

    Nulo will be feeding all 300 pets of the shelter, hoping that it will allow the hard working staff to focus more on finding loving homes for the animals.
     
    "Not only will this generous donation be beneficial to the dietary needs of the animals in our shelter, it will allow us to use the money saved in food purchases to allocate to other needs in the shelter. We appreciate what Nulo is doing very much," said Sandra Laird, Director of Animal Care at Operation Kindness.

    Many of the dogs and cats at the shelter came from homes that could not provide a healthy life for them. Determined to take a better approach to pet nutrition, Nulo CEO, Michael Landa, worked hand-in-hand with leading scientists to develop Nulo's nutritional platform and grain-free formulas - all with high animal-based proteins, low glycemic ingredients and a patented probiotic.

    "We're hoping this helps them feel a little more comfortable while they are waiting for their forever home," said Landa.
     
    For more information about Nulo Pet Foo log on to nulo.com.