pet food

The proof may be in the poop.
Affected brands include Gravy Train and Kibbles 'N Bits, among others.
For those of you who read the guaranteed analysis on labels, Dr. Jackson said that the crude protein percentages for the
Clive's even more huggable after piling on the pounds in a pet food warehouse.
Peanut butter, for one.
These three women spoke to me without shame or even surprise about the fact that they had eaten cat food, "Some of it's like tuna, only less expensive. Oh, and crunchier." How could I possibly be so stupid?
Chris and Mariesa, from the HooplaHa series 'Life In The Dog House' get a big surprise on their doorstep. The "Life in the Dog House" gang shows that no matter how old you are, all dogs love getting special treats.
Thousands of pets died in 2007. The pet food industry still has plenty of problems.
It is so easy to disassociate the process from the products, and the way things are made from their price and availability. Most of us may have a hunch that we might have to stop buying those brands we have come to depend on.
As a consumer overwhelmed by the profusion of brands, it's increasingly more confusing and difficult to know what's right for your little Balthazar or Zorro. In the past we relied on our gut.
According to Pew Research Center, 45 percent of families earning below $30,000 per year own a pet. Given their limited funds, some of these pets go to bed hungry or are abandoned at shelters.
Dog foods are more than the sum of their parts. Think of it this way: if someone is a bad cook, it doesn't really matter if they use the finest ingredients. The meal they make can be inedible. On the other hand, a good cook can take humble ingredients and make a delicious meal.
Could today's children experience "sibling rivalry" -- with the family dog? As an increasing number of Americans consider their pets to be like children -- and themselves to be "pet parents" -- the concept of sibling rivalry is taking on a whole new dimension.
This holiday season, my mother and I hosted a crowdfunding campaign to raise funds for our local Humane Society animal shelter.