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Food tips given for Obamas' new dog

Holistic vet Dr. Randy Kidd, veterinary adviser of Rainbow Light Nutritional Systems, recently offered advice to the Obamas on the care of their dog Bo, according to a Rainbow Light press release.
Holistic vet Dr. Randy Kidd, veterinary adviser of Rainbow Light Nutritional Systems, recently offered advice to the Obamas on the care of their dog Bo, according to a Rainbow Light press release.
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Petfood sector still hot in sluggish economy

Marco Giannini's Los Angeles-based Dogswell LLC is poised to hit sales of US$20 million this year, which is more than double its sales from 2007, according to a story from Reuters.
Marco Giannini's Los Angeles-based Dogswell LLC is poised to hit sales of US$20 million this year, which is more than double its sales from 2007, according to a story from Reuters.
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Pet expert gives tips for first dog

Celebrity pet expert Andrea Arden, dog trainer to Norah Jones, Robert De Niro and Conan O'Brien, and star of Animal Planet's "From Underdog to Wonder Dog," says the Obamas will succeed with their new dog, Bo, if they establish a routine of...
Celebrity pet expert Andrea Arden, dog trainer to Norah Jones, Robert De Niro and Conan O'Brien, and star of Animal Planet's "From Underdog to Wonder Dog," says the Obamas will succeed with their new dog, Bo, if they establish a routine of superior nutrition, exercise and regular veterinary check-ups right from the start, according to a press release.
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Soy may aid in canine cancer therapy

Researchers at North Carolina State University say soy may increase the benefits of canine cancer therapy.
Researchers at North Carolina State University say soy may increase the benefits of canine cancer therapy.
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Thermo Fisher offers free seminars

Thermo Fisher Scientific is hosting a series of free seminars in the US and Canada on the following topics: 
Thermo Fisher Scientific is hosting a series of free seminars in the US and Canada on the following topics:
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CVM to launch GRAS program for petfood

Starting late this summer, the FDA's Center for Veterinary Medicine is planning to allow animal ingredient suppliers to tap the Generally Recognized As Safe notification process, according to the April edition of the FDA's Food Chemical News.
Starting late this summer, the FDA’s Center for Veterinary Medicine is planning to allow animal ingredient suppliers to tap the Generally Recognized As Safe notification process, according to the April edition of the FDA’s Food Chemical News.
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Tyson, Kemin open new manufacturing operation

Tyson Foods Inc. and Kemin Industries Inc. announced the opening of a new manufacturing operation that is producing petfood flavor enhancers known as palatants under the Palasurance brand, according to a press release by Kemin.
Tyson Foods Inc. and Kemin Industries Inc. announced the opening of a new manufacturing operation that is producing petfood flavor enhancers known as palatants under the Palasurance brand, according to a press release by Kemin.
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Clyde Processing works with US petfood manufacturer

Doncaster, Britain-based Clyde Processing Solutions will supply systems to transport flour in a petfood plant on the US East Coast, according to a news release from the company.
Doncaster, Britain-based Clyde Processing Solutions will supply systems to transport flour in a petfood plant on the US East Coast, according to a news release from the company.
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Could first canine spark controversy?

According to a blog about the "Obama foodscape," what the first family feeds its new dog could be the target of much media attention.
According to a blog about the “Obama foodscape,” what the first family feeds its new dog could be the target of much media attention.
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Finding a place for organic petfood

Some organic petfood makers are finding it difficult to have their products carried at retailers for an extended period of time - a trend that may be due to the economic climate, according to an article from Britain's The Telegraph.
Some organic petfood makers are finding it difficult to have their products carried at retailers for an extended period of time – a trend that may be due to the economic climate, according to an article from Britain’s The Telegraph.
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