Nature Gnaws, the Florida based dog chew brand with an extensive line of your dog’s favorite natural chews, has been donating boxes of its 100% natural dog chews to rescue shelters across the country. Nicknamed “Gnaw it Forward,” this fur-friendly initiative helps support shelters with healthy products as their resident dogs await forever homes. Nature Gnaws continues to seek nominations on their website, allowing people to suggest their favorite shelter to receive boxes of natural dog chews.
Initially rolled out in 2019, the Gnaw It Forward program works directly with rescue shelters and nonprofits by sending them a variety box full of Nature Gnaws Chews. As shelters work tirelessly to help dogs receive the best care possible while awaiting a loving family, Nature Gnaws wants to acknowledge the importance of their efforts by giving their temporary visitors the best chews available. The boxes include 100% natural bully sticks, jerky, pork, salmon, yak chews and more.
Nominate a shelter for the Gnaw It Forward program: https://naturegnaws.com/pages/gnaw-it-forward
“Giving back via our Gnaw It Forward program is just one way we like to show appreciation to those who support dogs around the country,” says Co-Founder of Nature Gnaws, Steve Mamak. “We have so much respect for the shelters, nonprofits and organizations out there, and this is the least we can do to help.”
Nature Gnaws garnered a reputation as one of the fastest growing dog chew companies in the nation, available at quality retailers including Amazon, Chewy, Walmart.com, Target.com and their own website, NatureGnaws.com. Its 100% natural dog chews are a safer and healthier alternative to rawhide. The company continues to provide products for dogs and their owners that are simple, natural and delicious, and that is the recipe for success.
To learn more about Nature Gnaws and its extensive line of dog chews visit www.naturegnaws.com.
Nominate a shelter for Gnaw It Forward Purchase via Nature Gnaws official website.
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