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Raised Right Launches Treat Line, New Recipes

New pork and turkey recipes were added.

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(PRESS RELEASE) Raised Right is introducing new pork and turkey recipes to their line of human-grade pet food, along with a line of single ingredient liver treats.

Raised Right was able to formulate its adult dog recipes to meet AAFCO’s requirements for a complete and balanced diet using only whole foods with no added vitamins and minerals. There are 10 ingredients in the turkey recipe, and only 9 ingredients in the pork recipe.

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“Our recipes contain a single source of animal protein and there are no preservatives or high carb fillers like potato, rice, yam, barley, oats, parsnips, corn, or wheat. Since we don’t use any high carb fillers, all our recipes have less than 3.5 percent carbs. As a comparison, most kibble has between 30 percent to 40 percent carbs. On our website, we voluntarily list carbs in our guaranteed analysis for each recipe because this is important information for pet parents with dogs and cats facing a variety of health issues, as well as healthy dogs and cats.” said Braeden Ruud, Raised Right’s co-founder and CEO.

Raised Right also recently launched Meat Bites, which is a line of single-ingredient liver treats that are shelf-stable, preservative-free and traceable to their source. Meat Bites are available in three proteins: beef, turkey, and pork.

“Just like our food, every single batch of our treats is lab safety tested and we have a hold release program where we don’t ever ship our treats unless they pass the lab safety test. For transparency, we post the results of these tests on our website for everyone to see, along with a map tracing each ingredient to its source,” Braeden said.

For a fun sampling of its new products at SuperZoo, Raised Right will be doing “Taco Time” at booth 877 where the company will be serving its Meat Bites as a taco-style shell that is filled with the company’s human-grade pet food. Braeden will be competing against Jessica from Lizzi & Rocco’s Natural Pet Market in a food race to see who can finish their bowl of Raised Right’s human-grade pet food first.

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The Ruud’s family’s roots in farming and ranching date back for centuries. Braeden’s mother, Mary Ann, started home-cooking for their family’s pets in 2007 after the massive outbreak of pet food contamination that resulted in the death of thousands of pets. This inspired the Ruud family to create a company that pet parents can trust through placing a strong emphasis on safety and transparency. While raising food for humans, they decided it’s time to start producing the same quality of food for pets.

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Woof Gang Bakery Unleashes First Ohio Store in Cleveland

Grand opening celebration will last through Dec. 21.

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(PRESS RELEASE) Woof Gang Bakery will celebrate the opening of the company’s first Ohio store with a grand opening event through Dec 21.

The new Woof Gang Bakery location in Shaker Heights is a locally owned franchise, offering professional pet grooming and a wide selection of healthy pet foods, gourmet baked treats, toys, accessories and pet supplies.

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The grand opening celebration is in full swing and will last through Dec. 21. Throughout the event, customers can enter to win “pawsome” raffle prizes including free pet food for a year, free dog treats for a year, stylish collar and leash sets, a gift basket filled with dog toys and more pet pampering products. Customers will also receive an upgrade on all pet grooming appointments booked during the grand opening period.

Ohio natives Natalee and Joe Gilk are the franchise owners of the new Woof Gang Bakery store. They are eager to provide customers and their pets with wholesome pet foods, quality products and full-service pet grooming in a welcoming, neighborhood setting.

With Joe’s 26 years of experience in the pet industry, the Gilks bring expertise and commitment to the well-being of their furry clientele.

“Because we adore animals and know that pets are a part of our families, it’s our goal to provide our customers with personalized service, meet their individual needs and provide them with the best products and grooming services to keep their pets healthy and happy,” said Natalee Gilk.

Natalee and Joe share a customer-focused business approach and enjoy meeting neighbors and their pets. The couple is committed to being a positive force in the local community and animal rescue. Their own family includes a rescued miniature Dachshund named Cloe.

Woof Gang Bakery is a specialty retailer of pet food, pet supplies and professional pet grooming in North America, with more than 130 locations open or under development in the U.S.

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iHeartDogs.com Holiday Dog Shelter Food Drive Tops 1.3M Meals

The goal had been 500,000 meals in four days.

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(PRESS RELEASE) Online retailer and pet media sensation iHeartDogs.com announced the results of its fundraiser from Black Friday to Cyber Monday shopping on iHeartDogs.

“We launched an ambitious goal to raise 500,000 meals in just four days which had never been done before and our community responded in ways that completely blew our minds. Together we raised 1,300,000+ meals for shelter dogs in need. It was a Christmas Miracle,” said Justin Palmer iHeartDogs.com CEO.

The iHeartDogs.com team then launched its Christmas Miracle event a few days later — with partners GreaterGood and ZestyPaws — surprising 10 rescues with much needed meals, supplies and beds to get as much of the donations out as possible for the holiday season. Rescues were surprised with neatly wrapped pallets of food, a social media corner to showcase dogs that need a home and surprises for the pups.

The entire event was made possible by the what the iHeartDogs team calls their true Heroes — customers who choose to shop on iHeartDogs.com and make a difference in the lives of shelter dogs everywhere.

“We are so thankful for all the heroes who join us at iHeartDogs.com to do incredible things in the world — we couldn’t do this without them” said Marshall Morris, president.

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Cat Writers Conference Looking for Speakers

It’s set for July 16-18 in Woodbridge, NJ.

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(PRESS RELEASE) The Cat Writers’ Association announced its call for speakers for its 26th annual conference and awards banquet at the APA Hotel in Woodbridge, NJ, July 16-18, 2020.

The association is looking for industry leaders, motivators and creative talents to present dynamic and educational sessions. CWA is seeking proposals for sessions, workshops and panels that will inspire, motivate and empower attendees. Proposals are accepted for various forms of written, visual and audio media platforms to further all stages of their careers and business development. Emphasis will be put on speakers who may have not spoken at a CWA conference before, or those with new content.

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Examples of topics, include but are not limited to: how to pitch agents and editors, making career moves that lead to increased income, publishing in all its aspects (print and e-books, magazines, online, etc.), grammar tips, editing skills, social media growth and development, tips on column, anthology, or fiction writing and back-to-basics skill workshops.

Proposals will also be welcomed on topics such as: smartphone photography and videography, workshops on how to use photo editing and digital design programs for social media platforms, effective podcast or public speaking, using humor to educate, communicating with cat-speak and casual language and more.

CWA is an organization devoted to sharing positive and relevant communications and information about anything cat-related to the general public; sessions do not have to specifically pertain to cats. CWA welcomes a variety of sessions, some of them cat-centric in nature, but for the most part, sessions should be able to stand on their own, educating and informing in a general sense.

The CWA is a nonprofit organization and is unable to offer monetary compensation for travel or presenting. Speakers receive a ticket to the full conference venue as well as one-night hotel room accommodations at the host hotel. The deadline is Jan. 31, 2020.

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