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  1. Laurie Raymond

    As a store owner who constantly coaches customers on pet food selection, only carrying 3 lines of kibble and still insisting that these foods be augmented with fresh, whole foods, I would love to obtain a copy of this film! I would hold a showing and use it widely as an educational tool! Will it be possible to purchase the DVD?

    1. Susan Thixton Author

      I don’t know if it will be available for sale, my guess would be it will be however. You could message them on Facebook and ask (Pet Fooled).

  2. DJ

    I sure wish this film would be shown on a TV program such as Frontline… is likely to be watched by many more people that way….

  3. Jane

    Yes! We’ve been waiting for this for a long time. Maybe some of the doubters will come around if they see a documentary showing many of the things we’ve been sharing with them. I’m definitely going to see this. I live about 10 minutes from the theater showing it at the Utopia Film Festival. I’m going to let my veterinarians’ office know, too. They are right down the road. Maybe one of them can attend and learn something. It would be great for all our vets to see this movie if we can get a copy to them if it is released on demand or can be streamed on line in the future.

  4. Pat P.

    This film needs to be seen by the pet-food-purchasing public–more than just the D.C. film festival. This opportunity must not be squandered! I hope they really promote, publicize and make this documentary highly accessible!

  5. Peter

    Among other issues, if the finished film contains images of recycling ingredients through rendering, it will have to be censored or probably rated for restricted audiences in the US. And perhaps a requirement for vomit-bags to be distributed to viewers in advance.

  6. Sami Thompson

    I’m waiting to see what kind of push-back there is from the Pet Food Business. (Not meant to be depressing.) However, since Susan has experienced less-than-pleasant “push-back” simply for publishing facts, it makes me wonder.

  7. Cheryl Bond

    As other commentor’s have mentioned, I also think it is imperative that they offer this movie in DVD format, as well as being able 2 b purchased through on demand, & Internet streaming. Once it gains some momentum, it should definately be pitched to mainstream TV programs such as 20/20, 60- Minutes, etc. It sure will be an uphill battle because their “parent companies” probably own some, if not all, of the companies that make & sell the offending pet products that they are exposing in this film.

  8. Gary Hollis

    I don’t know if the bought and paid for liberal media will touch this or not! I am afraid it will be up to people like us in this forum to spread the word about this film to all our friends and family by word of mouth and social media and in addition, continue to support people like Susan Thixton and Dr. Karen Becker.

  9. Eve

    For YEARS i have been educating my house pet sit clients and friends this EVEN trying to re-educate ignorant and might I say some arrogant Vet Nurses – who am I oh, just a Animal Attendant who has worked over 20 years in veterinary husbandry in vet hospitals, zoo parks, rescue and rehabilitation for animals – I’ve owned companion pets since I was 5. I know more about Pet Nutrition than majority of Vet Nurses – I mean the ones who PUSH Processed Pet Food in their workplace – I actually REVERSED FELINE DIABETES from 5iu per day to 1iu per day in just 3 months! And got verbally abused by few vet nurses working at the ryde clinic – I HOPE they WATCH THIS FILM…It would be a healthy slap in the face. Some people don’t believe or want to listen to you if your not a celebrity. When all it is is 40 million years of revolution and COMMON SENSE – feed your pet junk food and your pet will live like junk PERIOD.

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