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People less likely to switch pet brands

A recent poll by ICOM found 59% of people surveyed switched from national brands to private labels for food and household products in the last six months.
A recent poll by ICOM found 59% of people surveyed switched from national brands to private labels for food and household products in the last six months.
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Petfood home delivery a hit in India

Pet owners in New Delhi, India, can now get petfood delivered to their home for free, according to the Indo-Asian News Service.
Pet owners in New Delhi, India, can now get petfood delivered to their home for free, according to the Indo-Asian News Service.
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Interzoo 2010 organizer expects 37,000+ visitors

The current level of registrations for Interzoo 2010, which will take place in Nuremberg, Germany May 13-16, has surpassed registration numbers from 2008, according to PETglobal.
The current level of registrations for Interzoo 2010, which will take place in Nuremberg, Germany May 13-16, has surpassed registration numbers from 2008, according to PETglobal.
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Hill's to announce scholarship winner

Hill's Pet Nutrition will grant one third-year veterinary student with a chance to have up to $25,000 of his or her senior year paid for through the Hill's Big Win Scholarship.
Hill’s Pet Nutrition will grant one third-year veterinary student with a chance to have up to $25,000 of his or her senior year paid for through the Hill’s Big Win Scholarship.
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Pet supplements found to be less than promised

The National Animal Supplement Council found that 24 of the 87 brands it tested recently did not contain what was claimed, said council president, William Bookout, in an article from The Associated Press.
The National Animal Supplement Council found that 24 of the 87 brands it tested recently did not contain what was claimed, said council president, William Bookout, in an article from The Associated Press.
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Clinical Nutrition Case Challenge taking submissions

Hill's Pet Nutrition Inc. is now taking submissions for consideration for the 2009-2010 Evidence-Based Clinical Nutrition Case Challenge until January 31, 2010.
Hill’s Pet Nutrition Inc. is now taking submissions for consideration for the 2009-2010 Evidence-Based Clinical Nutrition Case Challenge until January 31, 2010.
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Eurofins expands services in North America

Eurofins Scientific Inc., an analytical and technical support company to the agri-food industry, announced it will expand its services to include food safety management system audits and certifications for the North American market.
Eurofins Scientific Inc., an analytical and technical support company to the agri-food industry, announced it will expand its services to include food safety management system audits and certifications for the North American market.
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Fish oil good for pets

Fish oil supplementation may be helpful for pets with inflammatory diseases including allergies, arthritis, kidney disease and heart disease and has been shown to slow the growth of cancer, according to a recent article from www.examiner.com.
Fish oil supplementation may be helpful for pets with inflammatory diseases including allergies, arthritis, kidney disease and heart disease and has been shown to slow the growth of cancer, according to a recent article from www.examiner.com.
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Hill's announces nutrition challenge winner

Hill's Pet Nutrition Inc. named intern Jessica Markovich, D.V.M., of Arizona's VCA Animal Referral and Emergency Center, as winner of the 2008-2009 Evidence-Based Clinical Nutrition Case Challenge.
Hill’s Pet Nutrition Inc. named intern Jessica Markovich, D.V.M., of Arizona's VCA Animal Referral and Emergency Center, as winner of the 2008-2009 Evidence-Based Clinical Nutrition Case Challenge.
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