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Pet Food Recall and Profit

By Dr. Andrew Jones

From: Dr Andrew Jones
Author: Veterinary Secrets Revealed
Website: http://www.veterinarysecretsrevealed.com

Re: Pet Food Recall and Profit

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A happy Friday to you all.

Today’s newsletter is a short rant, and reminder to sign up for my
upcoming teleseminar with Catherine Driscoll before it is too late.

When the Pet Food recall first hit the news, Menu Foods immediately sent out a
news release to soothe concerned investors.

The company thought was that the Recall wouldn’t harm their share price too much.

There was little mention of the damage they had done to thousands of pets.

Pet food is BIG BUSINESS. It generates millions of dollars for many multinational
corporations.

As a corporation, there first concern is for their shareholders and “bottom line”

Lower down is their concern for the dogs and cats they are affecting.

I trully don’t think that many of those in upper management at Menu Pet Foods
just get how important pets are.

They are valued members of our family and society- they greatly enrich our life.
I can’t imagine not having a pet as part of my life.

If those in upper management had this sense, then likely they would have alerted
the public about concerns in their pet food when they first saw a problem in
feeding trials a month earlier.

Perhaps they could have spent a few extra pennies and got wheat gluten from a
North America supplier ( we do grow alot of wheat)

Or even they could eliminate wheat gluten as it is a poor nutrient source for
dogs and cats ( it is only filler)

This tragedy could have been completely avoided if the ‘bottom line’ wasn’t all
that mattered.

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P.S. The upcoming Teleseminar this Monday April 2 ( 6PM Pacific) has more than
300 registrants. You will hear an expert give you the Real Truth behing the Pet Food
Crisis and What is Safe for your pet.

To register go here:

Real Truth Behind Pet Food

It’s Your Pet- Heal Them At Home!

Best Wishes

Dr Andrew Jones

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  1. Stacey Says:
    April 3rd, 2007 at 11:26 am

    Hello my name is Stacey, and I have a new puppy who is a full breed Border Collie, which I had just got, due to the loss of my other dog Tiffany who a Border Collie mix, I had her for 15 years of age, and when she was alive I had fed her Eukanuba for puppies, and as she got older I had her on Eukanuba her whole life, even as she got older she was on Eukanuba less fat for less active dogs, all my dog foods are dry dog pellets, and she was doing great on that food, now as I had gotten another dog, I was watching the news and one day and I had seen all these recalls on all these dog foods, and I had gotten very nervous about that recall, and I didn’t know what to feed my new puppy, so I had gone to this dog food place here where I live, and he had told me about this Wellness dog food, and it is all natural, so when we were talking about this product, it sounded very good to me, but I had done some more research on the internet about this dog food and it sounded really good, so when I had taken my new puppy Rocky for his first visit at my vets office, I had told him about the Wellness dog food and he said it was a good food for him, so now my new puppy is on wellness super5mix puppy food small bites it is a dry pellet dog food, and he seems to love it, because I was so scared about giving him Eukanuba puppy food because that was one of the foods that I had really wanted him on, but when I saw the recall on it, I had gotten very scared in giving my dog that food, so that is why he is on that Wellness puppy food and it seems to be a great dog food, and I also was trying to see if there were any recalls on that dog food and there wasn’t so I was kind of relieved, from your opinion is that a good dog food that I am giving my puppy, and was there any recalls on that food as well, and by chance do you also know of a treat that I can give my puppy that wasn’t recalled, Oh and another question which I am sorry to bother you, my sister has her dog on Hills Science Dog Food, for dogs with Sensitive Stomach’s, it is a dry dog pellet dog food, there wasn’t any recalls on that particular dog food, and if so what should I tell my sister to do about that situation, your time, and understanding me in this matter, is deeply appreciated please feel free to contact me at mswallyturnbuckle@yahoo.com Thank you so much and have a wonderful day.

    P.S. I also am having a problem with my new puppy in training him to go on the newspaper, he is very stubborn, I had even bought this elephant urine to put on his newspaper to make him go and he just wont go on the paper, he goes constantly on my rugs, so if you can help me out in this situation I would really appreciate it very much, please help me if you can.

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