Stolen War Dog Reunited With Soldier

Stolen War Dog Story
Began in Afghanistan

by Keith Somers,
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Days after it was discovered, the stolen war dog story went national.  This brought to light the military’s wrongful, 16-month-long separation of the two, injured Army Spc. Brent Grommet and his war dog, Matty.  They were finally reunited last Friday, November 14, 2014.

“I’m about the happiest I’ve ever been,” Brent, 23, told reporters.

Brent and Matty, who specialized in detecting IEDs, were injured when one exploded near them in Afghanistan.  Brent came back to the United States, separated from his military dog by the army, in July of 2013.   It would be more than a year before he would see his dog again.   Meanwhile, Brent suffered with PTSD, traumatic brain injury, migraines, severe chronic back pain and breathing problems.  He also missed his dog.

Brent Grommet and Matty, lower right, with their crew in Afghanistan.
Brent Grommet and Matty, lower right, with their crew in Afghanistan.

Under Robby’s Law, signed by President Clinton in 2000, military dog handlers have the first right to adopt their animals if injured together.
While Grommet was in the hospital, he filed papers to adopt Matty, and had it approved.  But then for reasons still unclear, the army allowed someone else to adopt the dog.   Then to make matters worse, the service man in charge of military dog adoptions, ignored Brent’s repeated pleas, refusing to divulge where Matty was or to help with the return of his stolen war dog.

Stolen War Dog,
Story Ends Happily

It was when Fox News did a live interview with Brent Grommet’s father last Thursday night, that everything seemed to turn in Brent and Matty’s favor.  North Carolina congressman, Richard Hudson, who had heard about the story earlier in the week, helped to find the dog in South Carolina.

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Spc. Brent Grommet was reunited with Matty, his U.S. Army trained German Shepherd, after being separated for more than a year.                                                                      — Photo: Robin Rayne Nelson

On Friday, Brent and his parents, Don and Debbie Grommet, drove 17 hours from Fort Campbell, Kentucky, to South Carolina, where Matty had been living since 2013.  When Brent got out of the car, he walked toward the kennel where Matty was, wondering if the dog would remember him.

Of course Matty did.

When the kennel door was opened the dog ran as fast as he could to Brent, who had called his name.  He said, “Matty jumped all over me and about tackled me to the ground . . . I couldn’t have asked for a better response.  I knew then that he remembered me, and truly wanted to be with me!”

Brent gets out of the army in two months, but is trying to arrange it so Matty can live with him on base at Fort Campbell, until his army service ends.

The stolen war dog story is nearly over—happily!


Keith Somers
is a registered Executive Independent Field Representative
of Life’s Abundance products
and the Healthy PetNet Foundation






Scent Detection Dogs Are Amazing

Scent Detection Dogs
Important To Service Dog Industry

by Keith Somers,
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Scent detection dogs are the focal point of the Penn Vet Working Dog Center.   The center opened on September 11, 2012, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  It is the nation’s premier research and educational facility dedicated to harnessing the unique strengths of canine partners.  Their goal is to produce an elite group of scent-detection dogs for public safety and health.  Dogs in the program are named in honor of individuals who lost their lives on 9/11 and canine heroes who served following the attacks.
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Morgan, a Yellow Lab, in training for Narcotic Detection, New Jersey State Police K-9 Unit

Scent Detection Dogs
Are Core of PVWDC Research & Training

The Penn Vet Working Dog Center:
  • Serves as a consortium to unite programs that employ detection            dogs to benefit society throughout the US and around the               world;
  • Collects and analyzes genetic, behavioral and physical data.   It                 integrates the latest scientific information in order to
    optimize the success and well-being of scent detection dogs;
  • Prepares for future demands and facilitates research by
    developing a detection dog breeding/training program that
    will implement, test, and disseminate the knowledge gained.
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Thunder, a Chocolate Lab in training for New Jersey Task Force One, Advanced Rescue Team
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Bretagne, a Golden Retriever with her namesake from NYC 9/11


Keith Somers
is a registered Executive Independent Field Representative
of Life’s Abundance products
and the Healthy PetNet Foundation

Animal Hoarding A Growing Craze

Animal Hoarding
Strikingly Unbelievable

by Keith Somers,
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Animal hoarding, while most of us have never heard of it, is on the increase!  Believe it or not!   Those “collected” range in species from  cats and dogs, to reptiles, rodents, birds, exotics and even farm animals.

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It is at once a complex issue on three levels:

  •    animal cruelty;
  •    mental health and;
  •    public safety.

Animal Hoarding,
An Animal Cruelty Issue

The figures are difficult to obtain, for obvious reasons.   The experts who deal with the problem—the ASPCA, the ALDF, the HARC, the HSUS, and dozens of local rescue groups, say that animal hoarding is increasing in the United States as much as 20% annually.   They all agree that up to a quarter million animals (250,000) a year are victims of animal hoarding.

The term “animal hoarding” refers to the compulsive need to collect and own animals for the sake of caring for them that results in accidental or unintentional neglect and abuse.  In the vast majority, most cases of animal hoarding result in animal cruelty.

Animal Hoarding,
A Mental Health Issue

Most animal hoarding is done by a single person who has:

  •     chosen to live alone
  •     problems acquiring, handling, managing, and getting rid of animals;
  •     cleverly hidden their activities so that they are never reported to mental health professionals and animal control authorities, except when others complain;
  •     difficulty making simple decisions;
  •     every intention of providing full care for the animals;
  •     an intense emotional attachment for each animal they care for;
  •     great difficulty coming to understand that their love for their animals is, little by little, destroying their home, their furniture and their lives by having too many animals to care for;
  •     confused their loving the animals with the reality of their inability to provide a safe, clean, and healthy home for them;
  •     neglected their own health, nutrition, and social life because they spend all their time, money, and energy caring for their animals;
  •     become overwhelmed and trapped by their indecision and sense of responsibility and are often deprived of sleep;
  •     been overcome by animal waste, and can suffer health problems created by the odor of ammonia, fleas, tics and animal-borne illnesses;
  •     unknowingly become the caretaker of all of the animals who lie and die in an environment of neglect, filth, and stressful overcrowding, as innocent prisoners of well-intentioned but misguided love.

Animal Hoarding,
A Public Safety Issue

Animal hoarding is a complex and intricate issue with far-reaching effects that poses significant safety, health and financial concerns for any community.   These include:

  •     fire hazards from extreme clutter;
  •     decaying or damaged electrical wiring;
  •     blockage of exits from dwelling;
  •     lack of running water and electricity;
  •     infestation from rodents or insects;
  •     potential for spread of zoonotic diseases;
  •     heavy accumulations of feces and urine can damage dwellings beyond repair, making them structurally unsound;
  •     a release of a host of potentially toxic bioaerosols and gases into the air, creating dangerous odor problems;
  •     disease exposure occurring through inhalation, contact, or via insects—flies, fleas, tics, and lice;
  •     failure of functional sanitary codes in kitchen and bathroom facilities;
  •    communities left to cover the costs of investigating, rescuing, treating, housing, feeding, and in some cases euthanizing animals;
  •    additional costs for the hoarder, for housing, hospitalization, medical and psychiatric treatment, legal services, public defenders and incarceration, if necessary.


The following article is a recent example of animal hoarding, edited from several news accounts dated:   Tuesday, October 28, 2014.

What started as a call to check on the safety of a woman ended with troopers removing 80 of 150 cats from a River Road home in Pleasantdale, NY, on Tuesday.   Fire department, troopers and humane society workers will return on Wednesday to get the remaining 70 cats, including a number of cats in the walls.

“The house is in a deplorable condition. This is not what we expected to find,”  one of the troopers said.

State Police didn’t identify the woman, but Brad Shear, executive director of the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, said she and her sisters had been involved in previous cat hoarding reports in Schaghticoke, Halfmoon and Vermont.  “This makes 450 cats,” Shear said of the total in four incidents in four years.

Two of the three sisters who may have lived in or frequented the house, were stopped in 2010 by police in Bennington, VT, with 77 cats living in two cars.

Trooper Jeff Wait carried out the welfare check on Tuesday.  After he found the cats, State Police secured a search warrant for the River Road residence.

Troopers and Mohawk-Hudson workers wore white hazmat suits and were to be decontaminated because of the infestation of fleas in the house. The Rensselaer County Decontamination Team vehicle was sent to the scene.

animal hoardingThe cats were taken to be evaluated at the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society in Menands. They appeared to have eye infections, respiratory infections and to be anemic, Shear said.

The shelter needs canned cat food to feed the cats and money to buy antibiotics. The food and money can be dropped off at the shelter at 3 Oakland Ave. in Menands, NY 12204, phone: 518-434-8128, or donations can be made through

 Keith Somers
is a registered Executive Independent Field Representative
of Life’s Abundance products
and the Healthy PetNet Foundation


Pet Food Recalls, 2014 Actions

Pet Food Recalls
From FDA, 2014

by Keith Somers,
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Pet food recalls are actions taken to remove a product from the market and may be seen as three types:

  1.    A voluntary withdrawal of a product done by the company;
  2.    A request made by the Food and Drug Administration; or
  3.    By an FDA order under statutory authority.

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Pet Food Recalls
So Far This Year

Here is a list of the known pet food recalls so far in 2014.   There are links for each one so that you can check out the details.

  •    October 7, 2014 — PetSmart announced that Loving Pets Corp is voluntarily recalling specific lots of Simply Nourish Biscotti.  The  Beef and Sweet Potatoes Dog Treats have been recalled due to the potential of mold growth.
  •    September 26, 2014 – Bravo of Manchester, CT has announced it  is recalling select lots of Bravo Turkey and Chicken pet foods for dogs and cats.   The pet food recalls have been made because they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella.
  • September 25, 2014 – Kong Aussie Sticks dog treats have been quietly recalled by the product manufacturer, JAKKS Pacific of Walnut, California.  There is possible contamination with mold.
  • August 31, 2014 – Mars Petcare US has announced it is expanding last week’s voluntary recall of Pedigree Adult Complete Nutrition dry dog food.  The decision was made due to the possible presence of a foreign material.
  • August 26, 2014 – Mars Petcare US has announced a voluntary recall of 22 bags of Pedigree Adult Complete Nutrition dry dog food due to the possible presence of a foreign material.
  • June 2, 2014 – Hill’s Pet Nutrition of Topeka, KS has announced it is voluntarily recalling 62 bags of Science Diet Adult Small and Toy Breed dry dog food.  They have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella.
  • May 14, 2014 — Bravo of Manchester, CT is recalling select lots of Bravo Pet Food.   The food has the potential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.
  • May 27, 2014 – Pet Center, Inc of Los Angeles, California has issued a voluntary recall.  This is for its Lamb Crunchy’s dog treats because it may be contaminated with Salmonella.
  • February 5, 2014 – Pro-Pet LLC of St. Marys, Ohio has announced a voluntary recall of a limited number of dry dog and cat foods.  The recall is because of possible Salmonella contamination.

Life’s Abundance Pet Food
Has Never Been Recalled—WHY?

If you want to learn about great pet food, we’re glad you found us. Life’s Abundance is holistically balanced and provides the nutritional harmony that’s important to help your dog or cat achieve and maintain optimal health.

  • Natural pet food recipe that cats & dogs really crave
  • High-quality ingredients provide nutritious meals
  • “Fast-cook” at low temperature bumps up nutrition
  • Strict inventory controls ensure quality and safety
  • Fresher than other brands, only 4-to-6 weeks old
  • Holistically balanced for your pet’s optimal health
  • Feed less & provide better nourishment
  • Developed to improve health and longevity

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 Keith Somers
is a registered Executive Independent Field Representative
of Life’s Abundance products
and the Healthy PetNet Foundation

Pet Food Probiotics Are Essential

Pet Food Probiotics
Are Essential Good Bacteria—Why?

by Keith Somers,
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Pet food probiotics have to be on everyone’s minds when considering the total health, happiness, and longevity of our pet companions.   But what are probiotics anyway?

About three months ago I was visited by one of those pesky tiny “deer ticks”.   He bit me!   Since then I have been on three, four-week doses of antibiotics.   I am combating diagnosed Lyme Disease.   This bad bacteria is called borrelia burgdorferi.

Pet Food Probiotics
Focus on Good Bacteria

Unfortunately, antibiotics destroy good bacteria along with the bad. Hence in a time of aggressive antibiotics use, to the rescue comes probiotics (good bacteria) to enhance not only digestion, but immune function as well.

I am sure my great grandmother had never heard of “probiotics”.   But, she did know the value of yogurt, cottage cheese, sauerkraut, clabbered milk, and yeast.    All of them promote better digestive health.

Élie Metchnikoff first suggested the possibility of colonizing the gut with beneficial flora (probiotics), in 1907.   He was a Russian scientist and Nobel prize winner working at the Pasteur Institute in Paris.

pet food probiotics

He wondered why the villagers living in the Caucasus Mountains of Bulgaria, lived so much longer than most of the rest of the Bulgarian population.  He found that it was because they were drinking a fermented yoghurt drink on a daily basis.   It was a probiotic called Lactobacillus bulgaricus.    It seemed to have improved their health and longevity.   Probiotics are good bacteria.

Leading scientists today are discovering many types of probiotics  such as Lactobacillus acidophilus, Saccharomyces boulardii, and Bifidobacterium infantis.   All of them have various properties and can have different healthy effects on the body.

Pet Food Probiotics Effect the
Health, Happiness, and Longevity of Our Pets

These “human” studies have now spilled over into the pet food probiotics industry.   That’s good.

Veterinarians1 and nutritionists are still sorting out how probiotics work.   At this point they believe that they can:

  •     Promote digestive health by blocking bad bacteria from establishing colonies.
  •     Produce substances that prevent infection; regulate inflammatory responses.
  •     Strengthen intestine mucus.
  •     Prevent and treat certain skin allergies and diseases.
  •     Enhance cellular  homeostasis—a state of balance in the body.
  •     Maintain a healthy immune system.
  •     Produces antioxidants thus helping to prevent periodontal disease and “doggie breath”.


1“The Promise of Probiotics”, Dr. Jane Bicks, DVM, April 25, 2012, Life’s Abundance Newsletter.


Keith Somers
is a registered Executive Independent Field Representative
of Life’s Abundance products
and the Healthy PetNet Foundation


Do NOT use the DogWonders site to attempt to diagnose or treat your pet.
Your veterinarian is ALWAYS the best source of health advice.

Please DO use my site as an informative and educational opportunity.  I will do my best to ensure that what is presented here,
is helpful to you, accurate and up-to-date.

Fresh Pet Food, A Key Reason To Read This

Fresh Pet Food, Always
Shipped Fresh to Your Door

by Keith Somers,
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Fresh pet food is critical for your companion animals.  You would never, ever want to serve old or spoiled food.  This is why Life’s Abundance is not available in stores.   It is always produced in small, frequent batches and when you place your order, delivered right to your door—fast and FRESH!fresh pet foodThe mega-companies manufacture large batches at a time.  Chemical preservatives are important to a long storage and shelf-life for their products.  Hence, the time before you get their pet food can be as long as a year.   And, you have to go to the store to buy it, and then lug it to the car and home.

Watch the following 2 minute video from Dr. Sarah Wooten, DVM, one of Life’s Abundance Staff Veterinarians:

Fresh Pet Food Must Also Have
A Fast Delivery Time

Life’s Abundance food is produced in small batches so that it is always FRESH.  It is always shipped directly to your home FAST, usually 5 weeks or less from the factory to the warehouse, and 5 days to your door.  That’s a total of no more than 6 weeks from production to you, guaranteed!

Fresh Pet Food From Life’s Abundance
Has Very Low Shipping Rates

It’s a small price to pay for FRESH and FAST, wouldn’t you agree?

  •   No minimum ordering requirements.
  •   Buy as little or as much as you need.  The shipping costs stay the same per order.
  •   Include a variety of products.  Order dry food, canned food, treats, supplements or more.
  •  Save money by using “autoship” which you can change at any time.   Change the shipment date, the order or cancel.
  •   Since the birth of the company in 1999, in 15 years, there has never been a recall on any of its fresh pet food products.

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Fresh & Fast Pet Food,
What More Could You Ask For?

All Life’s Abundance Premium Health Food, for both cats and dogs, features:

  •   Digestible Protein Sources
  •   Extra Antioxidants
  •   Chelated Minerals
  •   Live Probiotics
  •   No Corn
  •   No Wheat
  •   No Glutens
  •   No Artificial Colors
  •   No Artificial/Chemical Preservatives
  •   Never Been Recalled
Your companion pets will live
Longer, Healthier, and Happier Lives!


Click below and order some Life’s Abundance Pet Food
shipped to your door fresh and fast—TRY IT!

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 Keith Somers
is a registered Executive Independent Field Representative
of Life’s Abundance products
and the Healthy PetNet Foundation

Best Premium Dog Food May Have Negative Results

by Keith Somers  /  Like  Dog Wonders on Facebook

Best Premium Dog Food
Brands, May Not Be
What You Should Be Feeding

Best Premium Dog FoodThe best premium dog food brands, sold commercially and in stores, and popular for most consumers, may be misleading.  There is confusion about the labeling and the quality and kinds of ingredients being put into dog food.  In addition, the length of time from the factory, to the warehouse, to the store, and to your home, is also a factor.   Put it all together, the result is an inferior product.   You would never knowingly feed such a product to anyone you care for, including the companion animals in your family.   In the long run this inferior product may, because of extended health issues, be very costly in many ways.

Have you ever wondered why there continues to be brand after brand of “premium dog food” on recall?  Here are some of the factors that result in recalls.   Each of the following can have negative health consequences for your dog.   They can:

  • trigger allergies—because of digestive and immune disorders;
  • stress immune systems—because of a lack in natural antioxidants;
  • lead to nutrient deficiencies—because of poor packaging, improper storage and too long a shelf life;
  • link to gluten sensitivity—resulting in autoimmune thyroiditis and diet difficulties;
  • inhibit urinary health—risking urinary tract diseases;
  • omit probiotics (healthy bacteria)—essential in supporting good health;
  • result in lack of Omega 3—essential in supporting good health, without it may lead to obesity—too many calories, too little exercise;
  • increase canine cognitive dysfunction—because of food void of natural antioxidants;
  • diminish skin and coat health—lacking fatty acids, vitamins, minerals, and protein.

Best Premium Dog Food Must Not Contain
Any of the Following Ingredients:

Think about this.    For the most part, your dog eats the same food every day.  That is why carefully choosing the best premium dog food is so important.  Your dog’s long-term life and health are at stake.   Check the brand label you currently use.   None of the following will be found on the best premium dog food labels:

  • NO artificial flavors;
  • NO artificial colors;
  • NO corn or corn gluten—whole grain oat groats is better, 8 vitamins, 9 minerals;
  • NO wheat or wheat gluten—whole grain ground brown rice is better, rich in vitamins and minerals;
  • NO soy—best to use other whole grains;
  • NO chemical preservatives;
  • NO meal or bone meal—generic specific is best;
  • NO animal fat—chicken fat is best, easily metabolized, contains fatty acid profiles which are good;
  • NO sugars;
  • NO animal by-products—left-overs not fit for human consumption.

Check the Nutrition Facts on the Best Premium Dog Food You Are Currently Using

Then watch this short video:    Abundant Nutrition for Life

Please know, with confidence, that since it’s inception in 1999, 15 years ago,

Life’s Abundance Dog Food, has never been recalled.

Click below and order some
shipped to your door fresh—try it!

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and the Healthy PetNet Foundation

Healthy Dog Treats Are Absolutely Necessary

Healthy Dog Treats
Are  Absolutely Necessary

by Keith Somers  /  Like  Dog Wonders on Facebook

Few things bring more enjoyment to your dog than the reward of  healthy dog treats.  The very act of giving a treat helps to strengthen the bond that we share with our companion animals.

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We want your companion animals to enjoy the best life has to offer!
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Unfortunately, many of the dog treats available on the market today are non-nutritive “junk treats”, that could be harmful to your dog’s long-term health. Look at your current Ingredient Label—none of the following should be on the list, not one:

  • NO wheat, or wheat gluten
  • NO corn, or corn gluten
  • NO soy or soy gluten
  • NO artificial colors
  • NO artificial flavors
  • NO chemical preservatives
  • NO meat meal or bone meal
  • NO animal fat
  • NO sugars
  • NO animal by-products

Treats should be packed with wholesome premium nutrients such as:

  • apples
  • peanut butter
  • honey
  • oatmeal
  • stabilized rice bran
  • brown rice
  • ground flax seed
  • flax seed oil
  • rolled oats
  • dried whole eggs
  • cranberries
  • carrots
  • vitamin A, E, C, and beta-carotene
  • calcium
  • phosphorous
  • L-Carnitine
  • high quality protein
  • Omega 3 fatty acids

For the most part your pet eats the same food every day.   With some variation between dry or wet food, treats and supplements, it is crucial that a right choice in each of these products be made.  Your dog or cat’s long-term health, happiness and life is at stake!

Click below to see:  Chew Treats, Training Treats, Baked Treats, Dental Treats, and more, yummy, nutritious choices.

 We want your companion animals to enjoy the best life has to offer!
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Keith Somers is a registered
Independent Field Representative of Life’s Abundance products
and The HealthyPetNet Foundation

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Dog Treat Recall Alert This Week

Dog Treat Recall Alert
Possible Contamination with Mold

  by Keith Somers / Dog Wonders on Facebook

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Yesterday, September 25, 2014, Kong Aussie Sticks were quietly removed  from PetSmart stores.   The dog treat recall was made by JAKKS Pacific.   The manufacturer, located in Walnut, California, said that it was due to possible contamination with mold.

A company spokesperson said by an email:  “The products were not dried properly so a small percentage of finished goods have gone moldy.  Majority of the product is fine, and the mold was caught at our DC (Distribution Center?), but some product may have made it to PetSmart so we are recalling all the product at PetSmart and destroying all the product we have at our DC.   The product can be returned to PetSmart for a full refund.”

Dog Treat Recall Sold
Only In PetSmart Stores

It seems that this product was sold only at PetSmart stores.  The products that have been recalled have the following numbers:

  • Item 75559—best before 01/30/16
  • Item 75560—best before 01/31/16

U.S. citizens can report complaints about FDA regulated pet food products by going to

Canadian citizens can report any health or safety issues related to the use of this product.  Just fill out a Consumer Product Incident Report Form.

Dog Treat Recalls Happen,
You Can Guard Against Them

Please keep in mind that all of the ingredients in any treats you give your family pets must be fresh.   Additionally, they must clearly add to the overall quality of your dog’s nutrient intake.  This is very important.  Long-haul, “junk” treats can be harmful.  So, be careful, and know what to look for when you make your purchase.  They depend on you to choose wisely.

Would you would like to know more about what makes treats fresh, wholesome and nutritious?

Here is a great article on the subject:

Dog Treat Recall

Keith Somers is a registered
Independent Field Representative of Life’s Abundance products
and The HealthyPetNet Foundation

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Best Nutritional Dog Food Available

Best Nutritional Dog Food?
Ask A Question, Get An Answer

 by Keith Somers  /  Like  Dog Wonders on Facebook

Best Nutritional Dog Food
Searching for the best nutritional dog food for your companion dog, or cat if you have one, may be a daunting task. There are many things to consider.   I have given you a short list here:

  •  There are more than 3,800 products now on the market;
  •  There are hundreds of brands marketing dog food;
  •  Recipes are complex and very greatly;
  •  Dog breed, size, age, health, and habits, are all factors;
  •  Scientists are re-examining and changing the standards;
  •  Why are there so many recalls?;
  •  Recipes for home made pet food;
  •  Canned vs. dry might make you think that the Hatfields and McCoys were at it again.

Finding the
Best Nutritional Dog Food
Is Possible

Let’s work on it together.   Drop me a question about it below using “Leave A Reply” and I’ll do my very best to get the answer for you ASAP.   Please specify if you have a dog or cat, or both.


Keith Somers is a registered
Independent Field Representative of Life’s Abundance products
and The HealthyPetNet Foundation

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