Open Farm Pet, a premium pet food brand, announces the launch of the 2020 MVP “Most Valuable Pets” Contest providing three winners with a year of free Open Farm pet food to spoil their pet all year long. Additionally, showing appreciation to the role pets have played in providing companionship and joy throughout 2020, Open Farm is also offering winners to select an animal shelter of their choice to cumulatively donate 45,000 nutritious pet meals to pets in need.
“We’re dedicated to providing the highest standards of quality and care for all pets and we’re excited to be giving back to pet parents this holiday season,” says Jacqueline Prehogan, co-founder of Open Farm. “In addition to rewarding our winners, we’re thrilled to support our mission to have a positive impact on the lives of animals and our communities.”
Between December 1 - December 14, 2020, pet parents can enter the 2020 MVP Sweepstakes for a chance to win by simply completing the digital entry form and following @openfarmpet on Instagram. Three winners will be randomly selected at the end of December and announced via Open Farm’s social channels.
Beyond delivering premium nutrition to pets and a dedication to ethical practices, Open Farm is committed to driving positive change by giving back to the communities they serve. This holiday season, Open Farm will be donating $25,000 between Daily Bread Food Banks of Canada and Feeding America in the United States.
Raising the bar on the way we feed our pets, Open Farm believes that what goes into your pets’ bodies shouldn’t be a mystery. Using the lot code on their Open Farm bag, pet parents have the ability to instantly trace the origin of each ingredient in their recipes. Furthermore, from farm to bowl, Open Farm recipes feature only humanely raised meats and functional ingredients such as non GMO leafy greens, carrots, chicory root, turmeric and other superfoods with no artificial flavors, preservatives or fillers.
Offering a variety of choices for all ages and life stages, Open Farm’s nutrient-dense recipes for dogs and cats include, premium Dry Food, Freeze Dried Raw, Gently Cooked, Rustic Stews and Blends, Treats, and Supplements such as Bone Broth and Kefir.
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