Pet Food Accountability Petition Exceeds 1,000 Signatures

Thanks to our readers, the petition is gaining steam. It’s been 8 days since the petition was started and now we’ve gathered more than 1,000 signatures. Unfortunately, an attack on our servers affected the growing momentum. So, please continue to spread the word. If you would prefer to sign on The Petition Site, we have posted a copy of the petition there as well.

We believe the only way to improve the pet food industry is to hit them in the pocket book for their mistakes. Money is the language of business.

We’ve also improved the petition page. We hope the new page is faster loading, yet user-friendly.

3 Responses to “Pet Food Accountability Petition Exceeds 1,000 Signatures”

  1. Cynthia Hall says:

    Please ensure the safety of our beloved pets by making assurances that our pet food is safe. I have spent $$$$ these past weeks trying to help my sick dogs.

  2. aaron bundage says:

    I cannot believe that I have been giving my babies this food, I was wondering why they had been throwing up all over the house while eating the wet and dry Iams food donated to me from the church for the past 2 years. They may have an underlying condition I know nothing about being that I can’t afford to take them to a vet. I am Mad as Hell.

  3. terry carter says:

    i am scared to death. my baby is 14 yrs old. i keep asking about science diet. thats all she has eaten since she started on solid food. i would be ashamed to have this food on the market when they had the knowledge of whats in it.i have taken my baby to the dr. the last 2 wks. she still doesnt act right. last time a severe bact. infection. i think now i will start to feed her table food.. like others im pissed.


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