Old Mother Hubbard recently donated 3,600 bags of its Chick’n’Apples and Fish’n’Waves dog snacks to Best Friends Animal Society’s animal sanctuary in Kanab, Utah, USA.
Old Mother Hubbard said the donation was made through the company’s WellPet Foundation, which aims to support organizations and activities dedicated to the well-being of dogs and cats.
“We are thankful to the folks at Old Mother Hubbard,” said Teresa Bodum, senior manager of corporate and foundation relations at Best Friends Animal Society. “We are so pleased that, once again, Old Mother Hubbard will be generously providing tasty rewards to sanctuary animals awaiting adoption.”
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