Subscribe to VETERINARY PRACTICE NEWS   SUBSCRIBER SERVICES   
VPN Logo   
 Home   About Us   Contact Us
 

Dog Chews Safety Harbor FL

Dog chews are great for canine dental health and help fight plaque and tartar buildup. Some dog chews also supply digestive enzymes as well as needed nutrients. Types of dog chews include oral hygiene chews, chew bones, and rawhide chews. See below to learn more and for pet stores in Safety Harbor, FL that give access to a variety of dog chews that enhance canine’s overall well-being and dental health.

Personalized by Pamela
(727) 712-7195
1692 N HERCULES AVE
Clearwater, FL
Products
Doggy Bling made with high quality Swarovski crystals
Hours
fancy photo albums and more. We love pampering our pets and feel no one should break the bank just to spoil our little ones rotten! Have something special in mind but CAnt find what you're looking for? Just email us your idea and we will craft you something amazing!"

Balloonz Unlimited
(813) 348-9714
1955 W Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Tampa, FL
Products
we provide balloons for your special dog parties
Hours
and decorate vendor booths for pet expos. Visit our website or CAll today!"

Rover Done Over- Mobile Pet Gr
(813) 310-5600
206 W. Keyes Ave.
Tampa, FL
 
Pawsitively Pictures
(727) 289-3522
1706 Pass-a-grille Way
St. Pete Beach, FL
 
PetSmart
(727) 725-3755
2625 Gulf To Bay
Clearwater, FL
Hours
Monday - Friday: 9:00-9:00
Sunday: 10:00-6:00

Max & Minnies Pet Sitting
(813) 842-8186
807 Magnolia Dr
Clearwater, FL
Products
reliable professional.Your pet will remain in the safe
Hours
healthy and familiar environment of their home and will be less stressed in your absence.Your pet will keep to his regular diet and exercise routine and have the individual attention of his own private CAregiver!Your home is more secure while you are away beCAuse someone is there every day. We CAn take in mail and newspapers and turn lights off and on.Your pet will not have the exposure to illnesses from other animals that CAn occur in a multi-animal"

Paws For Friendship Inc
(813) 961-2822
P O Box 341378
Tampa, FL
Products
hospitals
Hours
schools

Pet Fanatic
(813) 428-6999
1532 Land O Lakes Blvd
Lutz, FL
Products
FLyball
Hours
disc dog designs and so much more. Grooming salon open six days a week (Tue-Sun)."

PetSmart
(727) 799-3311
26277 US Hwy 19 N
Clearwater, FL
Hours
Monday - Friday: 9:00-9:00
Sunday: 10:00-6:00

PetSmart
(813) 891-6371
11665 W Hillsborough Ave
Tampa, FL
Hours
Monday - Friday: 9:00-9:00
Sunday: 10:00-6:00

Penford, Lonza Develop Functional Dog Treats

Penford dog treats Penford Food Ingredients Co. , a Centennial, Colo.-based manufacturer of ingredients for the processed food industry, has partnered with chemical and biotechnology company Lonza Group Ltd. to expand its line of functional dog treats.

Penford unveiled the dog treats, which contain Lonza’s L-carnitine product, Carniking, on April 20 at the 2009 Petfood Forum in Chicago.

Carniking plays a fundamental role in energy metabolism, according to Penford. The product also reportedly provides other benefits, such as managing weight and supporting healthy heart and liver function.

“The addition of Carniking is a natural step to bring customers chew treats for dogs that not only deliver on providing oral care benefits, but can also be a convenient way for the consumer to supplement their pets with key functional ingredients,” said Jeff Smith, vice president of business development for Penford.

Penford plans to formulate and manufacture injection-molded dog treats containing Carniking for clients, who would take the dog treats to market, Smith said. Penford's production process ensures that the heat-sensitive L-carnitine is retained in the finished product.

Basel, Switzerland-based Lonza will help Penford test the completed dog treat to make sure it retains a particular Carniking dosage level, which will depend on the use for which the product was formulated, Smith said.

Penford currently has formulas for the pet treat segment that support hip and joint care, along with ot...

Copyright 2009 BowTie Inc.

Click here to read the rest of this article from Veterinary Practice News