Local Pittsburgh family-owned-and-operated dog food brand, Bully Max, announces that its Adopt-a-Bully event held on May 27,t helped twelve dogs find their forever homes. In addition to the adoptions, the brand also raised nearly $5,000 for East Coast Bulldog Rescue, a non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring a better quality of life for dogs that are abandoned, treated poorly, surrendered or neglected in the Pittsburgh and extended areas.
"We know pit bulls and other bully breeds can have a hard time being adopted due to the unfair stigma placed on these animals as a result of the actions of a small minority of dogs who have been mistreated, neglected and abused," said Lea Kinneman, co-owner of Bully Max. "We are thrilled that we were able to match twelve of these sweet pups with their forever families through our first Adopt-a-Bully event."
"We are so grateful to Bully Max for hosting such a fantastic event to help our wonderful, deserving dogs find loving homes," said Sara Hornbeck, director of rescue operations and animal care for East Coast Bulldog Rescue. "We are also incredibly thankful to all of the attendees who generously participated in the basket raffle, which helped us raise nearly $5,000. These funds will make it possible for us to help even more dogs in the months to come."
To keep the momentum going, Bully Max will extend its offer to provide each family who adopts a dog from East Coast Bulldog Rescue within the next two weeks with a free Bully Max Adoption Kit, complete with one five-pound bag of Bully Max dog food, one bag of Bully Max supplements, a stainless-steel dog food bowl, a high-resistance dog leash and a heavy-duty chew ring.
Bully Max's specialty dog food recipes are nutrient-rich and meat-based to meet the unique nutritional needs of bully breeds. As the number-one-rated performance dog food brand worldwide, Bully Max recipes are formulated to support the muscle, growth and overall health and longevity of bully breeds. Learn more at BullyMax.com.