Busch Offers 3 Months of Free Beer to Anyone Who Fosters a Dog During Pandemic

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Hundreds of thousands of dogs spend the majority of their lives in and out of shelters and this is not okay.

And now that we are living through a pandemic crisis, more and more dogs are going without homes.

But it seems that some are eager for these animals to find a home, so keep scrolling to learn about Busch’s incredible offer for anyone who fosters a dog during the pandemic…

According to statistics by the ASPCA, approximately 3.3 million dogs are surrendered into animal shelters nationwide every single year.

But sadly, too many people don’t realize this and are quick to give up their pooches once they’ve grown bored and tired of them.

Around 670,000 of these pooches are euthanized every year as a tragic result of never being adopted.

An animal shelter is no home for a dog.

The permanently unsettled, and somewhat chaotic and overcrowded environment of a shelter can cause great stress to our poor pooches.

Thanks to the trend of “designer puppies” being on the rise, the older, cross-bred dogs find themselves being left unwanted in their shelters.

It’s simply heartbreaking.

Dogs waiting to be fostered or adopted are now looking at some pretty slim chances.

Millions have found themselves in quarantine and practicing social distancing, resorting to them being unable to leave their homes unless they are shopping for food or traveling for an emergency.

Leaving so many dogs stranded in their cages.

And it seems that many certainly feel this way.

For those who aren’t aware, Anheuser-Busch is a brewing company here in America providing us with all of our beer needs.

It seems that Busch are passionate about more than just beer.

The company has just unveiled an incentive to encourage people to adopt during these difficult times.

From now until April 22, the beer brand will give a free 3 month supply of drinks to those who adopt or foster a dog through Midwest Animal Rescue & Services (MARS).

They are also donating $25,000 to MARS to help find animals loving homes across the country.

“During these uncertain and lonelier times, people need an escape: cue the cute puppy memes and photos,” said a spokesperson for Busch in a statement. “But as much as we need those cute puppy pics to help get us through social distancing, it’s actually them who need us.”

“Social distancing is better with a furry friend by your side and a cold beer in your hand,” they then added.

And many people who wouldn’t normally have the time have been fostering dogs to keep them company during these periods of isolation.

And it is so important to not leave our furry friends behind. Keep scrolling to learn about the man who sent his dog to the store to get him a bag of Cheetos during lockdown…