Friday, March 27, 2009

Books and Pet Food

I am not sure most people would think that pet food and books would make the best product mix and I suppose they are probably right. But what does one do when her bookends only eat food manufactured in the US and made from food-grade products and she can't find a local source for their food?

Now, I never used to be this fussy about what my girls ate, until the pet food scare a couple of years ago. That episode resulted in an obsession with pet food labels and I soon discovered that my vet and dog breeder friends were not just trying to sell expensive, designer, dog food, but that there really is a difference.

So now I have moved to this beautiful sandbar only to find out that the nearest retailer who sells Canidae pet food products is located in Corpus Christi - not exactly next door. Since I do believe this is a good product and I need to have it shipped to me anyway, well, maybe there is an opportunity here.

Anyone interested in ordering some quality pet food? Just let me know... When I finally am able to find a spare corner I am seriously considering filling it with Canidae. Any thoughts?


Sarah Rettger said...

You could always stock up on the make-your-own pet food books. I know my store went through some of those last year.

Joni said...

As always Sarah, you have great ideas. Thanks for reading../Joni

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