Pet Store Retailer Goes on Pet Food Diet for 30 Days to Showcase its Nutrition

Pet Store Retailer Goes on Pet Food Diet for 30 Days to Showcase its Nutrition

Stocking pet food shelves is hard, time-consuming work that stirs the appetite. In mid-June, while performing that very same work at her Richland, Wa., Paws Natural Pet Emporium pet store, Dorothy Hunter became hungry. With nothing at hand, she turned to her store’s product, proving once again that necessity is often the mother of invention … and interesting experiments. “I didn’t have time to go get a snack, so I grabbed a bag of treats off the counter,” Hunter said. “I was like—wow—these read better than normal people treats. So I started eating the treats, and I was like, ‘I could do this for 30 days.’” But there was method to Hunter’s “madness.” “You really are what you eat, and it’s the same for your pets,” she said. “I decided to eat this food for a month just to prove how good it tastes, as well as showcase its nutrition.” Hunter’s 30-day dog-food diet went viral, and she appeared on NBC’s Today show, radio programs and, most recently, “The Doctors.”  

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