Write a post, help a dog

Wow, you need to read this. It’s really important and will help a lot of dogs.

PEDIGREE Dog Food wants everyone to know about all the dogs in shelters and breed rescue organizations. There’s almost 4 million dogs like Toby and me that need a new home! That’s a LOT. I can’t even count that high…

Let me tell you a little about what PEDIGREE did: they set up a tax-exempt foundation (The PEDIGREE Foundation) dedicated to helping dogs in need find loving homes. Not all of these dogs will get adopted right away and they get hungry, just like you do.

To raise awareness this year, PEDIGREE created The PEDIGREE Adoption Drive to help shine a spotlight on the plight of these homeless dogs. They will donate up to 2 million pounds of dog food to dogs in shelters and breed rescue organizations–that’s a whole bowl of food for each dog. You just have to become a “Fan” or “Likes” the PEDIGREE Adoption Drive on Facebook.  So far, more over 1.1 million bowls have been donated.

And guess what? There’s more! If you post a blog about the PEDIGREE® Adoption Drive through September 19th, PEDIGREE® will donate a bag of their new Healthy Longevity Food for Dogs to shelters nationwide. It’s simple: Write a post, help a dog. Told you it was simple. And you don’t have to be a dog blogger!

Now you can join us in a special Blog Hop to spread the word! Click on the Blog Hop button below, which will take you to the instructions. Be sure to enter the link to your post, not your entire blog. This will ensure PEDIGREE will pick it up.

4 thoughts on “Write a post, help a dog

  1. Pingback: How Pedigree Is Using Social Media To Help Shelter Dogs « Walking the Dog

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