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North Carolina Shelter Requests Dry Food Donations

North Carolina Shelter Requests Dry Food Donations

North Carolina Shelter Requests Dry Food Donations

North Carolina Shelter Calls for Dry Food Donations

dog food donation

dog food donation

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Winter months mean that the shelter is flooded with additional animals. Whether it’s a displaced outdoor pet or an earlier holiday gift, unfortunately many dogs end up in shelters during the colder months. can be more difficult to pick up. A shelter in North Carolina also suffers from a lack of dog food.

Rural shelter runs out of donations

Randolph County Animal Services shared with their Facebook followers an urgent need for dry dog ​​food at their shelter. More animals are being housed in shelters due to pending cruelties. “There are so many hungry puppies in urgent need of dry dog ​​food. Dry dog ​​food donations are greatly welcomed and accepted at RCAS,” said the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office to bring attention to shelters. The shelter said they prefer food without red dye. They prefer Pedigree, Purina and Wag brands. However, we do accept donations of dry dog ​​food.

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If food can be delivered in person, Randolph County Animal Services can be found at:

1370 County Land Road
Randleman, NC 27317

If you don’t live locally, consider using a service like Chewy or Amazon to send your food. (The shelter has an Amazon wishlist that you can view here.) Or consider helping your own community. Most shelters need volunteers, fosters and donations.

A post calling for dry food donations for a North Carolina shelter first appeared on DogTime.

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