Dandilyon Fluff is proud to participate in Pedigree’s “Write a Post, Help a Dog” Blog Hop thanks to a heads up from Robin Wiesneth. While this is my first time to participate, 2012 marks the third year in a row that Pedigree has enlisted the help of bloggers to help feed dogs. Pedigree has committed to donate a 17 pound bag of food for every blog that participates by writing about their commitment to helping homeless dogs find forever homes.
Pedigree understand that over 4 million dogs are made homeless each year, and they want to help. So in December of 2011, they entered into partnership with Rescue Bank, a national food distribution network, to help bring food to hungry shelter dogs in America.
Please Note: I am participating in this Blog Hop in good faith that the facts are accurate but I actually found no mention of it on either Rescue Bank or Pedigree’s sites leading me to believe it may not be real. I’ve sent a message to Pedigree to verify the details.
In the meantime, there’s no harm done in participating so I am in hopes that my post really does feed a dog. I’ll let you know what I find out and if anyone has any further details please let me know. The original post I read on A Tonk’s Tail.
Update: Turns out this was accurate so I’m really glad I participated – I barely made the cut off. Here’s the message from Pedigree: