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Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Pet Food Recall

The recall of various pet foods involving Menu Foods has been extensively reported.  Atlanta's InjuryBoard blog has a preview of probable litigation, including an announcement of a planned class action.  Perhaps surprisingly, nobody (yet?) seems to have picked up Google AdWords to find clients, at least not for any obvious search terms I could think of.

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Because of this pet food recall, I will be giving a teleseminar Wednesday,
3/28 at 8 pm Eastern. I am the author of "Real Dogs Don't Eat Kibble!" and have
researched the natural diet for dogs for 20 years.

This has been a tragic event, but there are things that you can do to protect your
dog in the future. You can take control of your dog's food and his health.

Join me and other interested dog guardians Wednesday, 3/28, and I will be happy to
answer your questions.

Sign up for the teleseminar at:

I look forward to you learning how you can take control of your dog's diet.

Posted by: Sandra Bailey | Mar 23, 2007 7:26:15 PM

Many of the dog food companies says they actually use human grade meat in the production of their food, but this "meat" is unfit for animal consumption.They are actually lack in nutrition.Nowadays iam feeding my pets with natural food and i prepare it by searching for recipes in net.My pets seems to be healthy and they like natural food.

Posted by: Dog | Nov 12, 2007 9:09:19 AM

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