Good News About Animals
Yes, even my Louie, who I admit eats very very good food, likes Mr Buck's Genuinely Good Dog Food. And trust me, I was worried. I thought, 'will I have to lie, fake it and tell people he's eating it when he's not?
Well, he does like it. Now granted I sometimes put a nice grilled salmon or a flank steak on top of it, with some cottage cheese, but still it's mostly Mr Buck's. Yeah, he's spoiled rotten, I know it.
This highly affordable and HIGHLY RATED dog food is one of our new sponsors, and I am thrilled I can recommend the food, and the folks behind it.
Owner Jon Kitto is not some big corporation hiding behind office doors. He's accessible, he's knowledgeable and he's personable and he lives it! He also has 20 dogs, most of them rescued Greyhounds, so I KNOW his heart is in the right place.
In the coming weeks and months, you'll hear more from Jon. But in the meantime, I invite you to get to know this caring and concerned business man/dog lover!
AN OPEN LETTER FROM JON KITTO, FOUNDER OF MR BUCK'S PET FOOD
Mister Buck's is thrilled to be joining Pet Pals TV as a sponsor. Mister Buck's was started by the founders of a greyhound rescue, GBARK, to provide good, quality pet food at a price that is affordable. Mister Buck had been a racing greyhound that was turned out to the desert by his adopter. He was near death when picked up and again, was about to be put down when he was saved. His attitude, of living in the moment and forgiving indpired the foundation of GBARK and, later Mister Buck's Pet Food Company.
We are dedicated to two principles:
1) Making the best quality food for the best price so that everyone can afford to feed good food and;
2) to give back generously to animal welfare organizations.
Over the years we have learned a tremendous amount about pet food and hope to share that knowledge through our products and right here on Pet Pals TV. Be sure to check back frequently and tune in weekly to Pet Pals TV.
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