Editorial July 2007 Issue

Near and Dear

Our dogs cost a lot, financially and emotionally.

No revelations about commercial pet food in the past few weeks, thank goodness. Still, pet food industry executives are hard at work, making changes to their ingredient sourcing and quality control protocols. I’ve been interviewing some of these folks about the long-term fallout (positive and negative) of the pet food recalls, and will present excerpts from these interviews in next month’s issue.

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