This holiday season, as we prepare for the premiere of Finding Fido (January 17 at 9PM), we're partnering with Greater Good and Halo Purely for Pets® to give away $5,000 in cash grants and over 2,000 premium meals to animal shelters and rescue groups across the U.S.
We'll be giving away cash + food grants each week leading up to the premiere of Finding Fido, a show all about matching humans with their perfect pooch to help both live happier and healthier lives. You can read more about how to enter below, but first we wanted to announce and share some details about the first two grant recipients.
The first grant recipient is Humane Society of McCormick County, nominated by dog-owner Judy Alfredson Haywood. The staff at Humane Society of McCormick County helped Judy find her dog Tara, pictured below. We're thrilled to offer our #FindingFido Holiday Grant.
The second grant recipient is Central Ohio Pomeranian Rescue, nominated by Lori Sheppard. COPR rescue dogs from high kill shelters, owner surrenders, puppy mills, and breeder surrenders.
All grant recipients will also be featurd during the premiere of Finding Fido
on January 17, so tune in at 9PM to learn more about these amazing organizations, doing important work for dogs and humans alike. Here's where to watch Finding Fido.
Here's How To Nominate YOUR Favorite Animal Shelter Or Rescue Group
Getting involved is easy (and free):
Simply post a pic of your pet on social media with hashtag #FindingFido and tag an animal shelter you admire with their social handle and they'll be automatically be entered into the weekly drawing for a $500 grant plus $6,000 worth of Halo pet food.
View the official campaign rules and regulations here.
If You Adore Dogs, Then You'll Love Finding Fido
The newest Z Living original series Finding Fido (premiering January 17), matches people with shelter dogs to help them both live happier, healthier lives. Finding Fido show host, dog expert, and photographer Seth Casteel helps an enthusiastic dog owner-to-be find their perfect companion.
Whether it’s a sociable dog that can help owners overcome shyness or even a dog that can detect the onset of an owner’s epileptic seizure, Casteel matches each participant’s specialized needs and criteria to his or her new best friende this holiday season and beyond.