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Skout’s Honor Celebrates Spring Cleaning Season by Donating 14,000 Bottles of Its Stain & Odor Products




(PRESS RELEASE) IRVINE, CA — Skout’s Honor, the award-winning pet specialty brand that has become known for its environmentally and socially-conscious cleaning and grooming solutions, announced that it will donate nearly 14,000 bottles of its Better, Faster, Stronger stain and odor products to animal shelters in need this Spring, via its ongoing partnership with Greater Good and Rescue Bank. 

“Accessibility to cleaning products is absolutely essential for animal shelters, to ensure the cleanliness, safety and well-being of the animals who reside there, “ said Elizabeth Asher, executive director, Rescue Bank Program of “By supplying these shelters with powerful green cleaning solutions, Skout’s Honor is helping them create a comfortable and more ideal environment for volunteers and visitors who may be interested in pet adoption – which is our ultimate goal.” 

Over the last six months, Skout’s Honor has donated more than 29,000 bottles of its cleaning products to support the needs of rescues and shelters across the country. Last fall, the company supplied thousands of bottles of stain and odor products to facilities directly impacted by the hurricanes and fires in Texas, Florida and California. Products donated include Stain & Odor Remover, Urine Destroyer, Odor Eliminator, Litter Box Deodorizer, Patio Cleaner & Deodorizer and Cat Urine & Odor Destroyer.

In addition to its recent product donations, Skout’s Honor has also generated more than 1.3 million meals to date for animals in need via its Skout’s Paw Pledge program.  This ongoing initiative, which is a core tenant of the brand, provides three meals for an animal in need with every Skout’s Honor product sold.



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