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  • How is COVID-19 affecting your pet food business?

    How is COVID-19 affecting your pet food business?

    The novel COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic is affecting every business and industry, including pet food, around the world. While data show pet food sales are currently rising as consumers stock up to shelter at home with their pets, that upswing in demand is likely causing problems in terms of consistent supplies of ingredients and other materials, […]

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  • Why is My Dog Excessively Licking His Paws?

    Why is My Dog Excessively Licking His Paws?

    Paw licking is a common behavior in dogs, but a healthy dog should not excessively paw lick, and a history of excessive licking could be a red flag for a more serious problem. While it’s true they might simply be grooming themselves, paw chewing could indicate something more going on if they are doing it […]

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  • Purina worker positive for COVID-19; Nestle may pay wages

    Purina worker positive for COVID-19; Nestle may pay wages

    A worker for Purina PetCare tested positive for the presence of the coronavirus responsible for COVID-19, reported The Morning Call. Following the results, Purina sanitized and deep cleaned the pet food distribution center in Allentown, Pennsylvania where the employee worked. The illness was confirmed on Thursday evening, March 26… Original Source link

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  • COVID-19 and pet food consumers’ new purchasing normal

    COVID-19 and pet food consumers’ new purchasing normal

    Thanks to the current COVID-19 pandemic, at least in the U.S., shopping for just about anything has gotten … interesting, to say the least. My local grocery stores have implemented limits on how many shoppers can be inside at any given time, and once inside signs everywhere explain product limits and restrictions (particularly in the […]

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  • Online Classes = Dog’s Best Friend

    Online Classes = Dog’s Best Friend

    Billions of people across the globe are giving up their normal activities in a massive community effort to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus, and dog training classes are no exception. So many in-person classes are on hiatus or cancelled, but that does not mean that you can’t keep training your dog under the […]

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  • Separation Anxiety Training | The Bark

    Separation Anxiety Training | The Bark

    Two weeks ago I celebrated with one of my separation anxiety clients over her newfound ability to leave her dogs alone for three-plus hours without barking complaints from her apartment neighbors. And then suddenly the gym where she could finally climb the rock wall again closed and the library that she visited on her first […]

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  • 5 Tips to Keep Your Dog From Distracting You When You’re Working From Home

    5 Tips to Keep Your Dog From Distracting You When You’re Working From Home

    The coronavirus pandemic has given your dog a great gift: Their most favorite person in the whole world has to work from home. It’s an exciting time for dogs everywhere, but it can be stressful for dog owners working remotely for the first time. It takes self-discipline and motivation to work from home, especially when […]

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  • 400 jobs available on Petfood Industry Career Center

    400 jobs available on Petfood Industry Career Center

    The U.S. Department of Labor received 3.28 million initial unemployment claims in the week ending March 21. However, pet food ingredient, equipment and packaging suppliers remain at work. U.S. Department of Homeland Security officials defined some dog, cat and other food industry professionals as “Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers” during the COVID-19 pandemic. As more American search for work […]

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