Last June, we shared DOG for DOG’s awesome mission – to feed as many shelter dogs and by having a model/philosophy “You buy one, we give one.” It means when you buy a bag of DOG for DOG food or treats, DOG for DOG gives another equal bag to a dog in need.
DOG for DOG provided dog treats to Sugar. I am helping spread DOG for DOG’s mission, but Golden Woofs only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers.
At DOG for DOG PetSmart launched celebration, Sugar met Rocky Kanaka; founder and president of DOG for DOG.
Sugar loves DOG for DOG all natural and all American made DOGSTREAT. These treats are soft and feature three flavors. Sugar’s favorites are the mini Peanut Butter and Duck flavors. These mini size dog treats are free of wheat, corn, and soy. Pawfect treats for a senior dog like Sugar. DOGSTREAT contains healthy ingredients that include fruits and vegetables.
The DOGSBAR is another favorite treat of Sugar. A nutritious treat to have after our long walks. It comes in two flavors, blueberries, and peanut butter.
DOGSBUTTER is Peanut Butter made for dogs. DOGSBUTTER is much healthier than store-bought peanut butter. It made with natural ingredients such as ginger, coconut, peanuts, and flaxseed. It contains no sugar, no salt, and no hydrogenated oils. DOGSBUTTER is packed full of omega3 antioxidants and Vitamin E. It comes in three varieties: Skin & Coat, Immunity & Digestion and With Flaxseed.
I made one of Sugar’s favorite banana peanut butter dog treats: Frozen Banana Peanut Butter Holes ( a recipe I shared last year).
Ingredients: 1 Banana and 1 tablespoon of Peanut Butter
1. Cut the banana into round pieces (7-9 pieces, depending the size of the banana)
2. Make a small hole in the middle of each round piece
3. Fill each round piece with peanut butter
4. Freeze for about 1-2 hours then serve it
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Reilly & Denny says
Hoe cool – we were just watching a show called “shelter rescue” where this company helps shelters that are struggling financially. They supplied a whole truck full of food and did repairs to the shelter to improve the quality of life for the pups waiting for their forever homes
We love Dog For Dog and everything they stand for!
Sharon Gilbert says
I will be helping out! Thanks so much for letting all of know so we can help!
Sharon Gilbert says
Helping our local shelter with food!
Maynard Jack says
WOW Sug! That is so neat!! You are such a wonderful doggie and have a wonderful life!! Thanks for sharing with us!!
We love you,
Maynard Jack, Toni, Bill and Hannah
Shannon Barnard says
I love what Dog for Dog does!
Bryn Nowell says
We will be donating warm blankets and toys to the pups at our local shelter this holiday season!
I make donations to my local pet pantry.
Terry Yang says
Thanks for letting me know about Dog for Dog. I give dog and cat food to families.
M. K. Clinton says
We donated a huge basket of food and treats to our local humane society for Christmas.
I will donate dog food to our local shelter
We help out at our local shelter.
i brought toys to the shelter!
Allison Hoffman says
I work at my local Humane Society so I help dogs in need every day and I bring donations of extra special treats to them. I work on Christmas day this year so I will be giving all the animals extra love and attention and special treats to make their day special!
I’m walking dogs for people who are currently unable to, so they don’t have to give them up! One lady broke her leg, another is really sick, and another is unable to give her dog proper exercise at the moment. They are all older people who love their dogs and are happy I am able to help them so they don’t have to lose their dogs.
We donate to the shelter.
We help out at our shelter.
Donate food and toys to our local shelter.
Frances Carty says
I have donated dog beds and food to the local shelter
Linda Szymoniak says
I help rescue dogs and cats all year. I donate, crosspost, drive transport, and many other things. I even had my own rescue for a time.
Michelle Cavanaugh says
We are making a donation to our local shelter.
Eva D says
I adopted Sadie last week 🙂 I also brought the shelter extra blankets that I had when I adopted her
I try to be extra friendly and kind to all the holiday canines!
Cathy Truman says
We purchased dog and cat food and treats and toys and took them to the No-Kill Animal
Shelter in Marion Indiana
Sandy Weinstein says
i won 500 lbs of pet food to donate to safe haven cat shelter and clinic. i also just donated some more cat supplies, toys, dog and cat treats and food to safe haven as well. i do this thruout the yr. i also am trying to help a friend of mine find a suitable schnauzer to adopt for her mother. i donate to rescues and shelters thruout the yr going to events, etc.
lori walker says
We donated to several shelters and plan to continue throughout the year.
Lisa F. says
I give all my family and friends with dogs a toy or treat gift for them. I never forget the furry babies!
Kimberly Hilbert says
When we find outdoor/feral cats outdoors we take them to the shelter.
We give our furbaby gifts
Bonnie Day says
When I buy food for my dogs I buy extra and put it in the bin for the shelter dogs I also only adopt rescue dogs from the shelters I have 10 dogs of my own – all are rescues
Tricia Andrews says
This holiday season we went to our local county animal shelter and made a donation in honor of our dog, Barry. He is a big lovable goofball. People are so surprised when we tell them we adopted an adult dog from the shelter. Some people seem to shy away from adult dogs in shelter/rescue programs. I love them!
Theresa Spaid says
I get food that my dog can’t or won’t eat I give it to our local shelter. There are things that I’ve won that I gave to the local shelter also.
K F says
We adopted a cat and always give the fur babies gifts along with all our friends fur babies.
beth shepherd says
We donate to our local shelter. thank you
Lisa V. says
We donate to our local shelter.
David Fultner says
Athena the box would love to win this.. Pawmise
David Fultner says
I sharing picks of lost dogs from Garland Texas.
Daniel Scott says
We participated in the Jingle Bell Dog walk fundraiser and we donated a raffle item too. Then, we went to a celebration of the dog event. We donated food and toys. Mom also went to a Christmas Bazaar for a local shelter, she likes to get some Christmas shopping done there because it benefits a no-kill shelter.
I’m a volunteer shelter dog photographer.. One dog one home
We give to The Hearing Dog Program.
Leslie Davis says
I’m been broke so not much this holiday but I donate to no kill shelters when I can.
susan smoaks says
i like to donate food that i get good deals on to the local shelter that we get our dogs from
Sharon Gilbert says
I went to Petsmart and purchased Dog for Dog bars. Schooner and Skipper love them so does my grand dogs! Thanks for having this giveaway and I could go to Petsmart and picks some up! Tanks Sugar for being a taste tester!
Angela Nichols says
I help with GetALong Dachshund Rescue. We find needy dachshunds and rescue and foster them until we can find them permanent homes. They are a wonderful organization!
Beth Klocinski says
I help animals in need in December by fostering dogs for a local animal rescue.
Trisha McKee says
My daughter and i ask for donations instead of gifts and we donate to our local shelter.
Stephanie Liske says
This season I can only afford to care for our dogs. We adopted one dog from a friend who could no longer care for him. We got one from a breeder to keep the first one company. Then got the third from a rescue group. They are our family. We adore them all and make sure we can do what is needed to keep them safe and loved.
I made my yearly donation to the animal shelter I adopted one of my dogs from.
Laurie Emerson says
I volunteer at our local shelter but even more so at this time of year. I also bring donations of food.
Priscilla Pursell says
I help by taking in dogs off the streets. I have a total of five dogs right now. The last dog I took in was almost dead when I took him in. His family just moved off and left him. I named him Red. Red is a big red dog. He is so old that almost all his teeth is gone. Red sat by the road for six months waiting for his family to come back. I would fed him, but he would not let me touch him. He got mange, worms,skin infection, ear infection, eye infection, and he had a limp. Red had large tumors growing off his back legs that would bleed sometimes. After Red finally got so weak that he couldn’t walk, he let me put him in my car for a ride to the vet. Now,two years later,Red is beautiful. I had his tumors removed,and his infection cleared up. His limp went away, and he gain thirty pounds. Red sleeps on a orthopedic dog bed inside my house at night. Red is so loving that I still can’t believe that anybody could drive off and leave him.