pawTree Donates 2,560 Pounds of Dog and Cat Food to Regional Animal Adoption Center
(SOUTHLAKE & KELLER, TX – November 2018) – pawTree®, a pet nutrition company based on Southlake, has donated 300 bags of pet food to the Regional Animal Adoption Shelter, located in Keller.
“At pawTree we’re dedicated to service, including giving back to our communities,” notes Eric Uhtenwoldt, director of operations for pawTree. “Our vision is to create a world where pets and their people thrive. A key aspect to helping pets to thrive is providing access to healthy, nutrient-dense food, so we’re honored to help provide nourishment to adoptable dogs and cats in our community that help them do exactly that.”
As part of the donation, pawTree provided the shelter with 200 10.3 pound bags of dry dog food and 100 5 pound bags of dry cat food for a total of 2,560 pounds of food.
“We’re thrilled to receive the pawTree gift of 300 bags of food for our dogs and cats. As we operate at, or near, capacity at all times, our wish list for donations for food and supplies is always great,” noted Michelle Watson, animal service supervisor with the City of Keller. “It’s also satisfying to know that this donation comes from a company headquartered in our own backyard.”
The Regional Animal Adoption Center, managed by the Humane Society of North Texas, is located in Keller at 330 Rufe Snow Drive and serves the cities of Keller, Southlake, Colleyville, Westlake and Roanoke. The facility cares for more than 200 dogs and 60 cats weekly.
Founded in 2014, pawTree offers superfood seasonings for dogs and cats along with food, treats, supplements, and accessories. Our customized pet nutrition plans and natural food answer a pet parent’s most perplexing question: “What should I feed my pet?”
Our real-food products are developed by veterinarians and Ph.D. animal nutritionists; sold and sampled by pet lovers in your neighborhood; and delivered to your doorstep. pawTree products are available online and in person through more than 1,500 independent sales representatives (or petPros) in all 50 states.