Hill’s Pet Nutrition Sponsors Annual Pet Adoption Campaign


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Hill’s Pet Nutrition returned as a national sponsor of NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations’ annual Clear The Shelters nationwide pet adoption campaign. 

The month-long virtual campaign will take place throughout August with the goal of helping more than 1,000 animal shelters and rescues in the U.S. and Puerto Rico find new forever homes for the pets in their care. The Clear The Shelters campaign continues to grow each year, resulting in more than 410,000 pet adoptions since the program went national in 2015.

In addition to sponsoring the campaign, Hill’s Pet Nutrition will provide adoption kits to help new pet parents and pets start off their new life together. Kits containing starter bags of Hill’s clinically proven nutrition, coupons, pet-parenting tips and other pet supplies will be available at select shelters across the country during the month of August.

“At Hill’s, our mission is to enrich and lengthen the special relationship between people and their pets,” said Jesper Nordengaard, president of Hill's Pet Nutrition. Since its inception in 2002, our Food, Shelter & Love program has provided over $295 million worth of Hill’s pet foods to more than 1,000 shelters and helped over 11 million pets find new homes. We are proud to be returning as a national sponsor of Clear The Shelters because it extends our commitment to supporting shelter pets, a responsibility that is even more critical this year due to the impact of COVID-19.”

 

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