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Humane Society giving away free dog food to those in need

(The following announcement is from the Humane Society of Charlotte.)  

Charlotte, NC - The Humane Society of Charlotte is receiving a donation of two tons of Rachael Ray's dog food line Nutrish and will be giving it away to those in the community who need it most on Friday, March 13th  from noon-5 p.m. 

"The Humane Society of Charlotte is pleased to have the opportunity to give away this healthy dog food to those during these tough economic times," said David Miller, executive director of the leading no-kill of adoptable animal's facility that works to find homes for pets throughout the Carolinas.

Nutrish is the invention of Rachael Ray, daytime cooking show host, best selling author and self proclaimed pet lover and the Humane Society of Charlotte has partnered with Ray for this event.   

The two types of Nutrish dog food that will be given away are "Real Chicken and Veggies" and "Real Beef and Brown Rice." 

Many pet owners who cannot afford enough of or the right types of food for their canine friends will benefit tremendously from this massive giveaway.

"We at the Humane Society of Charlotte enjoy doing our part in caring for pets in our community," said Miller. 

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