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A $2.7 Billion Drop in Pet Food Sales

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  1. Janice Alexander

    This is great news!! Through the wallet is the only way things will change.

    1. Sherrie

      You are right Janice, the wallet is the way things change

  2. Cannoliamo

    Gee, …. it couldn’t happen to a nicer bunch of people.

  3. Bonnie Jones

    Yay, and I am sure you personally own some of this. Your commentary is honest and easy to understand. Thank you!

  4. Christine

    I say AMEN to this news! And I’m sure you are right as to why…finally

  5. Mao

    Sad it had to come to this where someone might lose a job but there has been ample time for so many big names to do what’s right and they didn’t. They made their bed. Let’s pray this changes their minds for their sake and precious pets. Like Big Pharma the money means much more than your pets health and well being.

    1. Susan Thixton Author

      Oh my – I made a horrible error! Lisa Pierson is – Lisa Freeman is NOT! Thanks Sandra!

  6. Hannie

    That made my day……best news I’ve had in ages. I’m so happy it’s hitting them in the only place that will make them sit up & take notice……in their profits. Animals getting sick & dying don’t seem to matter much to anyone except those who love those little furry kids. Many thanks to you, Susan, for all your efforts on our behalf……our little furry kids thank you too!!!!!!!

  7. Diane

    I don’t think you should use an extremely inexpensive per pound food for your calculation—that inflates your estimate.

  8. Kris

    My dogs stopped eating their previous food. Refused to even take one taste … every time my dog refuses to eat something I find it is usually because she knows it is not good for her. When they stopped eating their food completely, I experimented until I found one they would eat … Fresh Pet. I trust my dog more than I trust the companies that make the food they eat. However, I have been pleasantly surprised by their total acceptance of this new food.

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