BOGO Bowl is excited to be partnering up with great non-profit organizations across the country. These organizations share in BOGO Bowl’s mission to get good quality, healthy food to all dogs, whether they’re in loving homes with stable incomes, in loving homes with financial challenges, or in shelters waiting to meet their perfect family. We want to introduce you to them so you can see the important work you're supporting when you buy a bag o BOGO Bowl dog food!
The Greater Birmingham Humane Society volunteer run Pet Pantry began in 2009 as a proactive measure to keep pets with their families during a temporary economic crisis. So far this year, the Pet Pantry has feed over 474 animals and has helped provide spay/neuter services to 48 pets.
One of the recipients of the Pet Pantry was a battered woman from Georgia who was fleeing an abusive relationship and had nothing but a few possessions, her car, and her two shitzus. With help from her family and food from the Pet Pantry, she was able to start a new life in a suburb of Birmingham and is care for her two dogs, who mean everything to her. Another recipient is a victim of the deadly January 23rd tornado in Centerpoint, Alabama. The Pet Pantry has helped feed her pets so she can rebuild her house and life.
The Greater Birmingham Humane Society (GBHS) is a nonprofit in Birmingham, Alabama that has been serving abused and abandoned pets in Birmingham since 1883. The Greater Birmingham Humane Society was one of the first humane societies in the United States. Today the GBHS cares for nearly 9,000 animals a year and serves pets and people through their various programs which include, but are not limited to, pet adoptions, animal cruelty prevention, and humane education. The mission of the GBHS is to promote the humane treatment of animals and people through education, advocacy, and services.
Here are just a few of the adorable adoptables at GBHS: