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Pet company's stock numbers down

Central Garden & Pet Co. released their numbers on February 4 and the stock is at about a 51/49% revenue split, according to an article on the market review website, www.seekingalpha.com.
Central Garden & Pet Co. released their numbers on February 4 and the stock is at about a 51/49% revenue split, according to an article on the market review website, www.seekingalpha.com.
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UK owners 'unconcerned' at fat pets

Nine out of 10 UK pet owners are unconcerned about their animals' size despite an increase in overweight pets, a survey suggests, according to an article on www.bbc.co.uk.
Nine out of 10 UK pet owners are unconcerned about their animals' size despite an increase in overweight pets, a survey suggests, according to an article on www.bbc.co.uk.
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Banfield: Don't skimp on petfood

Although many pet owners struggle to find ways to save on pet care, petfood should not be skimped on, suggests an article on www.dogchannel.com.
Although many pet owners struggle to find ways to save on pet care, petfood should not be skimped on, suggests an article on www.dogchannel.com.
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Canidae introduces Velcro closures on bags

Canidae All Natural Pet Foods began rolling out its easy-open, easy-pour bags featuring Velcro closures in March, according to a press release by the company.
Canidae All Natural Pet Foods began rolling out its easy-open, easy-pour bags featuring Velcro closures in March, according to a press release by the company.
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Durbin: Humane Senator of the Year

Illinois Democrat Sen. Richard J. Durbin's efforts to crack down on puppy mills and improve petfood safety earned him the title of 2008 Humane Senator of the Year, according to an article by The Washington Times.
Illinois Democrat Sen. Richard J. Durbin's efforts to crack down on puppy mills and improve petfood safety earned him the title of 2008 Humane Senator of the Year, according to an article by The Washington Times.
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Evidence destruction claim rejected in Menu Foods case

Allegations that Menu Foods destroyed evidence are the basis of motions in several court cases, according to an article on www.consumeraffairs.com.
Allegations that Menu Foods destroyed evidence are the basis of motions in several court cases, according to an article on www.consumeraffairs.com.
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Former stray on cat food label

Asia-Veau, who lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA with her owner, Margaret Karpen, is the cat pictured on Purina Friskies' new senior-formula canned food, as the face of Friskies' new line, according to an article by the Milwaukee Journal...
Asia-Veau, who lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA with her owner, Margaret Karpen, is the cat pictured on Purina Friskies' new senior-formula canned food, as the face of Friskies’ new line, according to an article by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
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India's growing pet industry

Pets are becoming big business in India, a country of more than a billion, and industry figures said they see no slowdown in annual growth of 10 to 15%, according to an article by the French Press Agency (AFP). 
Pets are becoming big business in India, a country of more than a billion, and industry figures said they see no slowdown in annual growth of 10 to 15%, according to an article by the French Press Agency (AFP).
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Pet Valu reports 2008 financials

Pet Valu Inc. recently announced un-audited fourth-quarter financial results, including net income for the quarter ending Jan. 3, 2009, of US$4.3 million, compared to net income of US$4.7 million for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2007, ...
Pet Valu Inc. recently announced un-audited fourth-quarter financial results, including net income for the quarter ending Jan. 3, 2009, of US$4.3 million, compared to net income of US$4.7 million for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2007, according to Fox Business.
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Web-based company offers fresher petfood

Petfood distributors Jeff and Sandy Opachick at www.HealthyPetFoodForlife.com are taking a new approach to providing fresher food, according to a press release by the company.
Petfood distributors Jeff and Sandy Opachick at www.HealthyPetFoodForlife.com are taking a new approach to providing fresher food, according to a press release by the company.
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