SPONSOR DOG FOOD FOR SHELTER DOGS
BECOME A SPONSOR OF DOG FOOD
We at The DogFood Store® are concerned about the welfare of dogs in shelters in South Africa, especially now that our country is in crisis mode with the Covid-19 Pandemic.
These are difficult and uncertain times around the world as we have never before experienced a situation like this.
While many who have the means to do so have heeded the call to help their fellow man, we ask that you also remember our dogs and puppies in shelters who are always in need of dog food.
Dog Food is one of the most costly expenses in all pet shelters around the country.
We have therefore launched our #KeepTailsWagging initiative where anyone can become a sponsor of dog food to shelters around the country.
HOW DO I BECOME A SPONSOR OF DOG FOOD?
We have put together a Pet Shelter Donation Pack which consists of 10 bags of LifeStyle 25kg Dog Food at a discounted price.
If you would like to assist a Pet Shelter in need, anywhere in SA, we have made it as easy as making an online purchase.
1) Simply ADD 10 bags of LifeStyle Adult 25kg Dog Food to your shopping cart and complete the checkout process.
2) Be sure to use the address of the Pet Shelter you wish to Sponsor in the shipping details of checkout.
You save R400 on the purchase in Total AND we handle the delivery of the order to the Pet Shelter of your choice, Anywhere in the country.
The many dogs in shelters in South Africa thank you for your Support.
NPOs such as Project 18 in the Western Cape are involved in fundraising for the purchase of dog food for several shelters in and around the province.
Since partnering with Project 18 in February 2020, through our distribution service, Project 18 has donated 1775kg of dog food to shelters in Cape Town.
This dog food keeps many tails wagging around Cape town. We are looking at expanding our partnership by supplying dog food to shelters in the remaining provinces in South Africa.
We look forward to expanding collaborations between The DogFood Store® and other like minded organisations throughout South Africa.