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  1. Jose A. Carmona

    Can you explain a little what they are? I am confused when I see them. Thank you so much…JOSE…

    1. Susan Thixton Author

      Still working on this actually – but added some explanation above.

  2. Kent Petersime

    Thank you Susan for your UNTIRING work for our beloved Pets.
    One of the best things that ever happened to me or my pets was accidentially stumbling into your site years back. If I had just 1/2 the UMPH you’ve shown during these past years, I’d have gotten many speeding tickets. Keep up the excellent work and know that many of us are behind you 100%.
    Take Care

  3. Brittany

    This document will not download, there is no button to do so. Half of the image viewer is hidden by the blog format itself. This is useless to me since I cannot read the entire thing.

    1. Susan Thixton Author

      Brittany – there is a slider below the document image to view the entire document. You can slide the document to the side to see everything. Sorry, it was the only way I had to provide a spreadsheet online.

      1. Brittany

        The slider works but the columns in the document are all squished and I cannot see the text in them fully. Like which variety of dog treat they are. I think that would be very useful information.

        1. Susan Thixton Author

          Sorry – I’m not a computer person – I don’t know all the tricks of website building.

        2. Will

          If you press and hold [ctrl] then press the plus sign [+] you will zoom in. While the document is a bit fuzzy, it is easily legible. When you are done with the zoom, use the minus sign [-] while holding the control button [ctrl]. This will bring you back to your preferred level of zoom. Let me know if you have trouble and we’ll see what we can do. 🙂

  4. […] Click Here to view import documents. With the import documents… The first section shows Del Monte Corporation (recalled Milo’s Kitchen) received “dog treats – chicken jerky” from Shandong Honva.  The second and third sections show Dogswell and United Pet Group received pet chews from the same supplier as recalled Milo’s Kitchen. […]

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