A vegan pet food brand has donated more than 2,500 meals to homeless dogs.
Noochy Poochy, a dog food brand based in Sevenoaks, has partnered with animal charity Dogs On The Streets to feed puppies in need across the country.
The company has donated 2,600 meals to homeless dogs living across London, and in other major cities in the UK.
It is estimated that there could be as many as 75,000 homeless people in the UK, who live on the streets with an animal.
Dogs On The Streets is dedicated to the care of these animals and provides care through veterinary services, leads and tools, grooming sessions, and food supplies.
A spokesperson for the charity said: “We are very excited to be working with Noochy Poochy and providing the dogs we support with 100% nutritional food kindly donated to us.”
Coined by Lucy McKinna, a veterinarian, and John Murray, an animal nutritionist, Noochy Poochy takes its name from its use of nutritional yeast, known as nooch, which, mixed with other botanical ingredients, gives dog food its cheesy flavor and aroma.
“Being able to help Dogs On The Streets is absolute fun and perfectly aligns with Noochy Poochy’s mission of caring for animals and the planet,” said Lucy McKinna.
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