Oxbow Animal Health Shares Donation Campaign for Small Animal Rescues in Need


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Oxbow Animal Health presented “Nurture Their Nature,” its donation campaign benefiting small animal rescues.

 

“At Oxbow, we know that the health and happiness of small animals depends on the right nutrition and opportunities for enrichment each day,” said Melissa Ross, vice president of marketing and innovation at Oxbow. “Through our Nurture Their Nature campaign, we look forward to providing financial support to deserving rescues so that they might provide the best care possible for animals awaiting their forever homes. We applaud the work of rescues everywhere and are humbled to be able to support the great work they do.”

 

A portion of the proceeds from every Enriched Life item purchased from Aug. 1 - Sept. 30, 2019 will be donated to small animal rescues in need via Oxbow’s “Nurture Their Nature” campaign. Up to $5,000 will be donated among the winning organizations.

 

Finalists will be chosen by an Oxbow panel and voted on by the public online between Sept. 9-23.

 

Features of Enriched Life include:

• Designs that support natural behaviors

• Made with safe, natural materials such as hay, untreated wood, natural fibers, and vegetable dyes

• Customizable play centers with replaceable toys to prevent boredom

• A wide assortment of chews to encourage mental and physical enrichment

 

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