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Pet Food News / Pet Food Safety
On December 4, 2013

Hound & Gatos named to '2014 List of Trusted Pet Foods'

List compiled annually by Susan Thixton of TruthAboutPetFood.com

Hound & Gatos Pet Foods Corporation announced the company was included in the "2014 List of Trusted Pet Foods," an annual report by TruthAboutPetFood.com.

The report features a list of companies evaluated for their petfood by Susan Thixton. The criteria used to evaluate the petfoods include such factors as country of origin, ingredient quality, company transparency and customer service by the company. The list uses ingredients that are inspected and approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (USDA).

"What an honor it is to be included in this wonderful list of trusted pet foods," said Will Post, president of Hound & Gatos. "Susan Thixton, of TruthAboutPetFood.com, is passionate about making sure that only the best of the best make that list. Her efforts are endless in the pet food industry and making the list says a lot about the quality of our products."

"This is a critical report that has been thoroughly evaluated in order to ensure that everyone it deserves to be there. We are thrilled to be on that list and that our products were recognized for their high quality. Susan is a true hero for the millions of pets out there, as her work helps keep them safer and healthier."

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