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    SunHerald.com

    This Is Not Your Father’s Dog Chow Spot was ailing. The little cat suffered from kidney and digestive complaints, a nasty skin rash and other problems. Veterinarians said she was incurable and recommended putting her down. Andi Brown, who had adopted Spot from a shelter, wouldn’t hear of it. A friend who happened to be …

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    Ocala Star Banner

    Bone Appetite! Let’s see a show of hands, how many of you have ever eaten a dog or cat treat? Uh-huh, uh, one, two, four, five, seven, ah, you over there, is that hand up, or are you just scratching at fleas? OK, put your hands down. Now how many of you have ever snuck …

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    St. Petersburg Times

    Making Meals Fit For A Pet TARPON SPRINGS – The ingredients listed on the cream-and-aqua label sound good: chicken, peas, carrots, squash, garlic and more in a stew prepared in a USDA-approved kitchen. When you open the can, the big, colorful chunks in golden gravy send up an inviting aroma. But no stew for you. …

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    Arkansas Democrat Gazette

    Supermarket Sleuth Many people’s pets are like their children. Such owners spare no expense in buying the best food, gear and accessories for their loved ones. And some of these pampered pets become overweight due to inactivity or the grain and other fillers put in some pet foods. A company named Halo, Purely for Pets, …

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    Forbes Magazine

    A Dog’s Life After years a small pet products company finally makes it to the big time–and finds its problems are just beginning. Most entrepreneurs would love to have Andi L. Brown’s problems. After 13 years her small (2003 revenues: $4 million) all-natural pet food and treatment company is finally poised to rocket. Until recently …

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    Millionaire Blueprints

    It all started with a sickly cat and a friend who suggested putting the feline on a human-like diet. When Andi Brown started her own company in 1991, building a multimillion-dollar enterprise was the farthest thing from her mind. She simply wanted to raise the bar in the pet food industry. As founder and director …

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