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Hill's donates £30,000 to UK veterinary students

Undergraduates at the School of Veterinary Medicine and Science at the University of Nottingham will be able to get financial help over the next three years from a fund set up by Hill's Pet Nutrition worth £30,000 (US$45,800).
Undergraduates at the School of Veterinary Medicine and Science at the University of Nottingham will be able to get financial help over the next three years from a fund set up by Hill’s Pet Nutrition worth £30,000 (US$45,800).
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Menu Foods looks at its financial options

Menu Foods Income Fund said it is in the process of evaluating financial alternatives to maximize unitholder value.
Menu Foods Income Fund said it is in the process of evaluating financial alternatives to maximize unitholder value.
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State stands by Sweet Meadow farm

Months after the Sherborn, Massachusetts, USA, Zoning Board of Appeals shut down Sweet Meadow Farm due to alleged illegal operations, Department of Agricultural Resources Commissioner Scott Soares sent a letter to the ZBA saying the farm's...
Months after the Sherborn, Massachusetts, USA, Zoning Board of Appeals shut down Sweet Meadow Farm due to alleged illegal operations, Department of Agricultural Resources Commissioner Scott Soares sent a letter to the ZBA saying the farm's feed business is protected under state agricultural laws.
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Study finds digestibility of carbohydrate sources for dogs

A digestibility study conducted by São Paulo State University scientists determined the nutritional value of various ingredients for dog foods.
A digestibility study conducted by São Paulo State University scientists determined the nutritional value of various ingredients for dog foods.
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University researchers test new diet for feline bladder disorders

A team of researchers from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University is hopeful that its new diet will help cats dissolve certain bladder stones and prevent future occurrences, and prevent a disorder known as feline ...
A team of researchers from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University is hopeful that its new diet will help cats dissolve certain bladder stones and prevent future occurrences, and prevent a disorder known as feline idiopathic cystitis, in which cats suffer from bladder inflammation.
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Wagg unveils scented advertisement for dogs

UK petfood manufacturer Wagg Foods has developed the first dog food advertisement that smells of its product's meaty aroma.
UK petfood manufacturer Wagg Foods has developed the first dog food advertisement that smells of its product’s meaty aroma.
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Ark Naturals CEO urges owners to care for pets' vision

In support of March as Save Your Vision Month, Susan Weiss, a national pet heath expert and CEO of Ark Naturals is urging owners to acknowledge the importance of pet vision health.
In support of March as Save Your Vision Month, Susan Weiss, a national pet heath expert and CEO of Ark Naturals is urging owners to acknowledge the importance of pet vision health.
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FDA investigating allegedly dangerous dog treat

The US Food and Drug Administration said it is looking into complaints about the Real Ham Bone for Dogs that has reportedly caused serious illness or death in dogs.
The US Food and Drug Administration said it is looking into complaints about the Real Ham Bone for Dogs that has reportedly caused serious illness or death in dogs.
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Moroccan petfood report available

Euromonitor International's Pet Food And Pet Care Products in Morocco market report is now available and offers retail sales data, identifies the leading companies/brands and offers strategic analysis of factors influencing the market. Also ...
Euromonitor International's Pet Food And Pet Care Products in Morocco market report is now available and offers retail sales data, identifies the leading companies/brands and offers strategic analysis of factors influencing the market. Also included in the report are forecasts that illustrate how the market is set to change.
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Study finds cat, dog obesity increasing

In the US, over 45% of dogs and 58% of cats are now estimated to be overweight or obese according to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention.
In the US, over 45% of dogs and 58% of cats are now estimated to be overweight or obese according to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention.
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