Does feeding shelter animals healthy pet food and a clean and fresh smelling shelter environment increase an animal’s chances for adoption? The answer is a barking; YES!
If potential pet parents walk into a clean, toxic free and fresh smelling animal shelter looking to adopt, it certainly ups the chances of an animal leaving the shelter for a loving home. The future pet parent will naturally feel that the animal is healthy and has been well taken care of, alleviating fears of pending pet illnesses such as kennel cough or animal cancer, and costly trips to the vet.
Ellen Degeneres’ all-natural pet food company Halo & Freekibble.com have statistically proven that feeding shelter animals healthy pet food does indeed increase their chances of adoption. They are sharing their exciting findings with animal lovers and hopeful pet parents everywhere!
Halo and Freekibble.com conducted a recent survey of 86 animal professionals and shelter workers revealing that quality food impacts adoption rates, and were also lucky recipients of food donations from Freekibble and Halo! Healthier, happier pets are more likely to be adopted!
One surveyed pet expert Za Manocherian from For the LOVE of DOGS Rescue informed, “We have been very pleased with Spot’s Stew, not only is it super easy for our new arrivals to digest, it also brings out a healthy glow in the dogs who have been on it for a while! We see glossy coats, happy poop, and dogs who are eager to gobble up their meals!”
To find out more about Halo’s pet-friendly survey results and all-natural pet food products visit: http://su.pr/2bsJSo