Nature Gnaws, a popular Florida based dog chew brand with multiple lines of all-natural product, has announced its Gnaw It Forward program.
Gnaw It Forward involves working directly with rescue shelters across the United States by donating a box full of Nature Gnaws products. As dogs wait for their forever homes, they can enjoy 100% natural bully sticks, jerky, pork, salmon, yak chews and more. The program also encourages dog lovers to nominate their favorite shelter to receive a Gnaw it Forward box.
Nature Gnaws has built an incredible reputation by making single-ingredient, 100% all-natural products that are great for dogs, and are a natural alternative to rawhide chews. Nature Gnaws makes their chews from grass fed, unprocessed, all-natural proteins and only partners with quality local vendors for all their source materials. The company also gives back and has donated hundreds of boxes to local animal rescues, shelters, awareness organizations and nonprofits including the Humane Society of the United States. Gnaw It Forward is a natural evolution in their efforts to give back.
“Giving back any way possible is a core value of the Nature Gnaws brand,” says co-founder Steve Mamak. “The Gnaw It Forward program has been something we have aimed to launch for a couple years now and letting our customers nominate shelters is the perfect way to have the public get involved.”
Since going into business 3 years ago, Nature Gnaws has built an impressive selection of dog chews and bully sticks for our furry canines of all types. They are a top selling Amazon dog product and now also carry natural salmon chews, chicken jerky strips, Himalayan yak chews and multiple combo packs so dogs can “test chew” different types of product. In addition to being available on Amazon, consumers can also purchase their premium, safety tested product on Target.com and Chewy.com.
Nominate a shelter for the Gnaw It Forward program.
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