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Pet bloggers are some of the kindest people we’ve come across, so we know that with your help, this site will become a great place for everyone.
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To be a PBU featured blogger, first become a follower through Google Friend Connect (juct click the follow button you always see). Then just send an e-mail to Pet Blogs United. We'll contact you, have you pick some of your favorite posts and feature you when your turn comes up on the list. Pet Blogs United will only feature blogs about, by or for pets & animals.

Monday, October 22, 2012

Dr. Raasch Answers Your Nutrition Questions

Back in September we gave you the opportunity to ask Iams nutritionist Dr. Raasch your pet nutrition questions.

Now here are the answers.  If you can't access the video below you can click to YouTube to view it.



We would like to thank Dr. Raasch & especially our sponsor Iams for this opportunity.

6 comments:

Lovable Lily said...

OMD! How fun was that! Thanks Pam & Oskar for arranging that.

Hugs,
Lily Belle & Muffin
p.s. We feel like celebrities!

Frankie Furter and Ernie said...

I agree with Lily Belle... I feel like a Celebrity.. to have the Dogtor SAY OUR NAMES in this post.
WHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

Andrea and the Celestial Kitties said...

Wow, that was seriously disappointing. Why did she only do three questions? Is there going to be more to this? I was dead serious about my question on the ash content in cat food and I really wanted an answer.

meowmeowmans said...

That was so interesting, and we liked learning all those things! Will Dr. Raasch be answering the other questions that were asked, too?

Lassiter Chase and Benjamin said...

That was nice of her to answer some of the questions from the bloggers.

~*Connie*~ said...

I didn't want to watch the videos at work, so I held off to watch them until today.

I can't tell you how hard I blushed to hear my question asked... a little sad she didn't actually answer why they feel it is OK to feed cats plant based ingredients in the quantities they do..

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