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Food allergies can affect pets

About 10% of dogs have allergies, said Sandra Diaz, an assistant professor of dermatology at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, in a recent health article by CNN.
About 10% of dogs have allergies, said Sandra Diaz, an assistant professor of dermatology at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, in a recent health article by CNN.
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Foreign suppliers forced to exit Russian market

Foreign-made petfood suppliers are forced to scrap their exports to Russia due to not being able to receive a license from Russia's Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance to import the goods, according to an article on...
Foreign-made petfood suppliers are forced to scrap their exports to Russia due to not being able to receive a license from Russia’s Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance to import the goods, according to an article on www.newsfromrussia.com.
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Ireland's first pet industry trade event

PetEx 2009, Ireland's first pet and aquatics trade exhibition, will bring trade buyers and sellers together at one event solely dedicated to the pet and aquatics industry, according to a press release by the exhibition's host, Innovative Events.
PetEx 2009, Ireland’s first pet and aquatics trade exhibition, will bring trade buyers and sellers together at one event solely dedicated to the pet and aquatics industry, according to a press release by the exhibition’s host, Innovative Events.
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Martha Stewart gets tour of Purina

Purina recently gave Martha Stewart and her two French bulldogs, Sharkey and Francesca, a behind-the-scenes tour of the Purina manufacturing plant in St. Louis, Missouri, USA.
Purina recently gave Martha Stewart and her two French bulldogs, Sharkey and Francesca, a behind-the-scenes tour of the Purina manufacturing plant in St. Louis, Missouri, USA.
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New technology to control cargo moisture

ABSORPOLE, a new line of moisture control products by Buffers USA, overcomes limitations of traditional pouch type desiccants to reduce product loss and damage from moisture damage during shipment and storage, according to the company.
ABSORPOLE, a new line of moisture control products by Buffers USA, overcomes limitations of traditional pouch type desiccants to reduce product loss and damage from moisture damage during shipment and storage, according to the company.
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Q & A on pets' new role

Pets' roles in the home have gone from just a pet to a member of the family in recent years.
Pets’ roles in the home have gone from just a pet to a member of the family in recent years.
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'BARF' diet plan meets criticism

Australian veterinarian Ian Billinghurst, who introduced his raw petfood diet known as BARF, which stands for "Biologically Appropriate Raw Food," is facing criticism from veterinarians and petfood manufacturers, according to an article by...
Australian veterinarian Ian Billinghurst, who introduced his raw petfood diet known as BARF, which stands for "Biologically Appropriate Raw Food," is facing criticism from veterinarians and petfood manufacturers, according to an article by the San Francisco Chronicle.
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C&D Foods to let go of 29 employees

Irish petfood manufacturer C&D Foods announced it will eliminate nearly 30 positions due to the effect of weak sterling on its export business, according to a story from www.independent.ie.
Irish petfood manufacturer C&D Foods announced it will eliminate nearly 30 positions due to the effect of weak sterling on its export business, according to a story from www.independent.ie.
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FDA: no petfood yet included in pistachio recall

The FDA and the California Department of Public Health are investigating Salmonella contamination in pistachio products sold by Setton Pistachio of Terra Bella Inc.
The FDA and the California Department of Public Health are investigating Salmonella contamination in pistachio products sold by Setton Pistachio of Terra Bella Inc.
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