Burt Ward’s Gentle Giants Dog Food
Many people know our next guest as Robin, the Boy Wonder from the classic TV series, Batman. He’s currently starring in a new animated feature film from Warner Bros. But what many people don’t know is that he’s created a Special Feeding and Care Program that has helped dogs live longer, healthier and happier lives. He’s gone from Caped Crusader to Canine Crusader. HOLY BATMAN, ROBIN! It’s Burt Ward!
Los Angeles Ca- WOWIE ZOWIE- Burt Ward who starred as ROBIN on the classic TV series BATMAN still seen worldwide today and on the ME TV Network weekly, is teaching dog owners how to double the life of dogs and it’s all for charity.
Burt and his wife Tracy for the past 23 years has saved the lives of 16,000 dogs at their GENTLE GIANTS RESCUE in Norco CA., gentlegiantsdogfood.com
Gentle Giants Rescue is the world’s largest big dog rescue, many stars such as Ellen DeGeneres, Vanessa Williams and America Ferrara, as do others adopt their dogs from Burt. Gentle Giants Rescue is a nonprofit. As a dog lover, Burt wanted to insure his four legged friends were eating nutritious food. He did research and found that most dog foods contain more fat than protein. Burt then worked on a special blend of nutrients that could help the digestive and overall health of dogs. That’s how Gentle Giants Canine Cuisine was created. All of Burt’s personal pets as well as the dogs at Gentle Giants Dog Rescue are fed Gentle Giants Canine Cuisine. Gentle Giants is now sold in all Walmart stores throughout the country.
In fact, every sale of Gentle giant’s dog food goes to the rescue. Burt and his wife take no salary and make no money from the sales of dog food or from their rescue foundation.
Finally, a star that cares and has a heart to save dogs of all sizes. 100% of profits go to rescuing more dogs,
BURT HAS GONE FROM CAPED CRUSADER TO CANINE CRUSADER.
BURT’S GENTLE GIANTS DOG FOOD IS NOW IN OVER 1,800 WALMART STORES NATIONWIDE.
Interview is sponsored by Burt Ward, Gentle Giants Canine Cuisine gentlegiantsdogfood.com
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