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3,000 pound pet food donation helps animals displaced by wildfires in British Columbia

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3,000 pound pet food donation helps animals displaced by wildfires in British Columbia

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PRINCE GEORGE, BC, Aug. 27, 2018 /CNW/ -

As wildfires wreak havoc across British Columbia forcing people to flee their homes with pets in tow, Hill's Pet Nutrition Canada has come to the rescue with a 3,000 pound donation of food to help the BC SPCA's emergency evacuation shelter in Prince George, BC feed hungry pets from surrounding communities. Photo credit: Canadian Press. (CNW Group/Hill's Pet Nutrition Canada)

Happiness starts with a wet nose and ends with a wagging tail for pups across BC, who can fill their bellies thanks to a 3,000 pound donation of pet food from Hill's Pet Nutrition Canada to the BC SPCA's emergency evacuation shelter in Prince George, BC. The donation comes at a time where owners and pets from surrounding communities have been displaced from their homes due to ongoing wildfires that continue to rage across British Colombia. Photo credit: Canadian Press. (CNW Group/Hill's Pet Nutrition Canada)

Hill's Pet Nutrition Canada knows the best way to a pet's heart is through their stomach. That's why they've donated 3,000 pounds of food to the BC SPCA's emergency evacuation shelter in Prince George, BC to help feed pets from surrounding communities, who, along with their owners, have been forced from their homes due to ongoing wildfires that continue to rage across British Columbia. Photo credit: Canadian Press. (CNW Group/Hill's Pet Nutrition Canada)

SOURCE Hill's Pet Nutrition Canada

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