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August 29, 2017

Redbarn Pet Products, manufacturer of premium pet foods, treats and chews, has donated over 5,200 Grain-Free Dog Biscuits to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Los Angeles (spcaLA) of Long Beach. On limited resources, the spcaLA shelters many pets and helps them find great homes. Redbarn stated that it is more than excited to extend a helping hand by offering its latest dipped biscuit treats.

“The spcaLA does an amazing job ensuring the welfare of dogs all over this city,” said Howard Bloxam, Redbarn co-founder. “As a local pet food company, it is important to us that we do our part by ensuring these dogs have access to clean, wholesome treats.”

The Redbarn Grain-Free Dipped Biscuits donated are full of superfood functional ingredients like vitamin E, salmon oil and chicken cartilage to help support dogs’ overall health. The two flavors, Peanut Butter and Cheese n’ Bacon, help cater to the dogs’ preferred taste. As an added benefit, the Peanut Butter helps support dogs’ joint health, while Cheese n’ Bacon contains ingredients that help support keeping their coats healthy.

“Here at Redbarn, we have such a sincere passion for the well-being of cats and dogs,” added Jeff Baikie, Redbarn co-founder. “That’s why we aim to make the most nutritious premium pet products on the market that keep them happy and healthy.”

In addition to over 75 pounds of Grain-Free Dipped Biscuits, Redbarn was also able to donate tote bags and an assortment of other great Redbarn treats and chews, including Filled Bones and Bully Nuggets. The Redbarn team shared a heartwarming moment with the spcaLA staff while watching the dogs enjoy their new treats.

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