Editorial May 2007 Issue

Wake-Up Call

Pet food canít be taken for granted.

First, let me express my deep sympathy for everyone whose pets were recently exposed to toxins in foods containing a contaminated ingredient. Iím sure that every animal lover can empathize with your pain and concern for your canine and feline companions. If there can be an upside to this disaster, itís that the event is already shaking the pet food industry to its core. America woke up, started looking at its pet food labels, and had a few questions.

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