A fantastic article describing in depth the documentary, that was recently yanked from CNBC’s program schedule this week, “Pet Food: A Dog’s Breakfast”.
Do we really know what we're feeding our pets? In the spring of 2007, pet owners across North America were devastated when upwards of 50,000 of their beloved pet dogs and cats fell seriously ill after eating tainted pet food. Many of the animals died. Menu Foods of Toronto, the manufacturer, initiated the biggest recall of pet food in North American history. That's the opening teaser for the Canadian Broadcasting Company special which aired this … Read More
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