DETROIT (AP) -- A Detroit-based dog rescue group is set to lend some assistance to pet owners in need of help feeding and sheltering their animals.
Detroit Dog Rescue is set to host its annual Pet Pantry Project on Saturday.
At the four-hour event in the city's Corktown section, pet owners can get a free bag of pet food, hay for dog house bedding and insulation and a Detroit Dog Rescue goodie bag filled with assorted treats, supplies and pet care information and resources.
Detroit Dog Rescue spokesman David Rudolph says last year's Pet Pantry Project gave away over 14,000 pounds of free dog food, 50 bags of hay and 20 medium-size dog houses.
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