The Good Stuff Pet Truck hits the road to educate pet owners

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YORK, Pa.-- What is the best way to spread awareness for a cause you believe in?

Hitting the road of course!

That's just what the Good Stuff Pet Truck has been doing, traveling around the country since April in a unique, custom vehicle made just for dogs and their humans.

The truck has made stops in 20 cities, including Los Angeles, San Diego, Seattle, Portland, Phoenix, Denver, Chicago, Baltimore and Boston.

The group's goal is to help educate pet owners about their dogs’ ideal weights and using positive reinforcement dog training to ensure their animals enjoy balanced lives.

Now, the group will be making a local stop. The truck will be parked at the Beneful Dream Dog Park in Lancaster from 3:30 - 6:30 p.m. A local dog trainer will be providing tips and teaching methods for positive reinforcement dog training today.

Lauren Blood, a Good Stuff Pet Truck Ambassador, and Ray Weatherall, a local dog trainer with Ray's Canine Services, will be coming to the set of FOX43 Morning News to offer insight on the events.