SOURCE: Old Mother Hubbard

October 09, 2006 11:44 ET

Do You Know What Goes Into Your Dog's Food?

Federal Regulations Say It's Okay for Pet Food to Contain Crushed Bird Beaks, Chicken Feathers and Even Brains

CHELMSFORD, MA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- October 9, 2006 -- You care about your pet's health and well-being, but you may not know the whole story when it comes to what you're feeding your cat or dog. Federal guidelines allow for disturbing ingredients in dog and cat food. How can you be sure you're doing the right thing for your pet?

Most importantly, watch out for byproducts. Vets say consumers should look for wholesome, natural ingredients when choosing a pet food and should avoid by-products, synthetic chemicals, unnecessary additives and colorings. One alternative is all-natural pet food. Natural pet foods like the Wellness Brand go well beyond government dictated standards -- avoiding byproducts -- and instead focus on natural ingredients such as real meat, high quality grains and botanical extracts.

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To speak with someone in your area about the benefits of all-natural pet food, Warner Communications 207.829.6336.

This Release Includes the Following Video Footage:
-Soundbites from Dr. Edward Moser, Veterinary Nutritionist
-Soundbites from Neil Rosenblum, Pet Store Owner
-Soundbites from pet owners
-Footage of healthy pet food ingredients, pet food in stores
-Footage of dogs & cats eating

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