• Pet Food

    Gott Pet Products adds to customer care team

    ST. FRANCIS, WIS. — Gott Pet Products has hired Becka Sellnow as inside sales and customer service representative. Sellnow will verify order accuracy for Gott Pet Products’ Charlee Bear and Hound & Gatos brands using CRM and WORCS systems. She will also oversee the two brands’ warehouse orders. Becka Sellnow, inside sales and customer service representative at Gott Pet Products. (Photo courtesy of Gott Pet Products)  With Gott Pet Products, Sellnow will represent the consumer internally by working to understand customer behaviors, expectations and needs. She will be tasked with processing regulatory, commercial invoice and sample requests, as well as  

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  • Cat

    New Kensington cat rescue ‘swimming in kittens,’ seeking donations for their care

    A New Kensington cat rescue is asking for help caring for nearly three dozen kittens it has taken in recently. “We’re swimming in kittens,” said Rachelle Ebel, assistant clinic manager at Frankie’s Friends Cat Rescue. The 34 kittens were among 75 cats at the Fifth Avenue clinic Tuesday. The rescue is at full capacity, having filled its last open cage Monday, Ebel said. “Usually ‘kitten season’ is slowing down,” she said. “Unfortunately, I guess because of the weather, it’s not slowed down at all.” While some cats will be ready to be adopted soon, the kittens are too young or  

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  • Animal Care

    Carlson Helps ‘Home for the Holidays’ Support Shelter Animals’ Medical Care

    By Pam Johnson/Zip06.com • 11/24/2021 08:30 a.m. EST Fundraising for Dan Cosgrove Animal Shelter is a job Lena Carlson is happy to take on, especially when every dollar raised will help fuel a fund that helps ensure needed medical care will be provided to give shelter animals a second chance at life, and a shot at finding their forever home. On Monday, Dec. 6, readers can join Lena and the shelter staff, volunteers and community supporters at Home Restaurant, 1114  

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  • Pet Supplement

    Brazil’s Pet Care Market Projected to Reach $11 billion by 2025 as Industry Demonstrates Resilience | News

    DUBLIN, Nov. 26, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The “Brazil Pet Care Market Size, Share & Analysis, By Category (Dog Food, Cat Food, Other Pet Food, Cat Litter, Pet Healthcare, Pet Dietary Supplements and Others), By Pet Food Type (Dry Food, Wet Food, Pet Treats) Forecast and Opportunities, 2021-2025” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com‘s offering. Covid-19 Impact on Brazil: Covid 19 pandemic had an unprecedented impact on Brazil, especially in the first half of 2020 as the per capita infections remained higher than other South American countries. The pandemic weighed on economic activity and the country witnessed  

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  • Pet Supplement

    Brazil’s Pet Care Market Projected to Reach $11 billion by 2025 as Industry Demonstrates Resilience

    DUBLIN, Nov. 26, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The “Brazil Pet Care Market Size, Share & Analysis, By Category (Dog Food, Cat Food, Other Pet Food, Cat Litter, Pet Healthcare, Pet Dietary Supplements and Others), By Pet Food Type (Dry Food, Wet Food, Pet Treats) Forecast and Opportunities, 2021-2025” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. Covid-19 Impact on Brazil: Covid 19 pandemic had an unprecedented impact on Brazil, especially in the first half of 2020 as the per capita infections remained higher than other South American countries. The pandemic weighed on economic activity and the country witnessed negative  

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  • Dog

    Dog injured by gunfire in Alabama flown to Tampa for care and adoption

    Chocolate lab hit by gunfire flown to Tampa for treatment Justin Matthews reports TAMPA, Fla. – A dog hit by gunfire in Alabama is getting a second chance at a happy life thanks to a Bay Area pilot and the Suncoast Animal League. The 1-year-old chocolate lab has been named Mikey after his winged rescuer, Michael McCarthy, also known as Pilot Mike, who flew to Alabama to pick him up and bring him back to Tampa Bay. Despite Mikey’s injuries, he is full of energy and love and, once he’s healed, will be ready for a forever home in Florida. 

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  • Cat

    St. Louis shelter CARE STL takes in dozens of cats

    CARE STL is in need of supplies and extra help after authorities brought dozens of cats from a man’s home ST. LOUIS — Animal shelters across the country are dealing with overcrowding. Cate Redfern who works for CARE STL said it’s no different in the St. Louis area. “Right now, we have 113 dogs in our shelter. We are comfortable with around 70,” Redfern said. “We have about 67 cats in the shelter. We would be comfortable at around 50, and when I say comfortable that is just in terms of the load on staff to be able to manage  

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  • Pet Food

    From Pioneer Park to food pantries, these Utah organizations help pet owners care for their furry friends

    Margie Varela, founder and president of the Street Dawg Crew of Utah, said she can relate to pet owners she sees living on the street. “I could have been there,” she said as she took a break from passing out pet food and colorful dog toys to homeless people and their furry friends on a recent Sunday in Pioneer Park. Even when she was on the brink of becoming homeless, Varela refused to give up her dogs. “My sister helped me pay to get my house caught up, and I got a job, and look what I’m doing now,” she  

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