The Pet Food Institute (PFI), whose members make 98 percent of all U.S. pet food and treat products, recently released a new video and web content highlighting the manufacturing process for pet food and the safety practices in place.
A dog may be man’s best friend, but in the Caribbean and Bahamas, a campaign is turning out to be dog’s best friend.
When hundreds of pet lovers gather for the start of the 3rd Annual Dog Days Half Marathon March 25 to raise funds for the Grand Bahama Humane Society, they’ll have the support of Pet Food Institute, organisers announced today.
With more than half of all American households including a pet and that number believed to be even higher in parts of the Caribbean, Washington-based Pet Food Institute (PFI) is stepping up efforts to educate pet owners about the importance of proper pet nutrition. This week, that PFI campaign took Bahamian Sandra Kemp nearly 1500 miles to Scarborough, Tobago to meet with students, veterinarians, animal protection organizations, government officials and media.
Pet Food Institute-Caribbean, a non-profit organisation that promotes initiatives to advance pet nutrition in The Bahamas, Trinidad & Tobago, Turks and Caicos, and Jamaica, announced today the launch of its new website.
Hundreds attended the Goode Promotions All Breed Dog Show in Portmore recently and while the main attraction were the scores of top breed dogs strutting their stuff in the ring, the Pet Food Institute-Caribbean’s tent was also abuzz as children and adults played the new ‘Not Safe!’ game.
Scores of people, many accompanied by four-legged friends bedecked in BAARK! doggie-bandanas, took to West Bay Street for BAARK!’s Strut Your Mutt Walkathon December 11, sponsored by Pet Food Institute-Caribbean.
Pets in the 21st century aren’t just cute animals that live in basements or cages. They’re members of the family who often roam around freely and get the same love and care as children.
Washington, D.C.-based Pet Food Institute (PFI) this week applauded the Turks & Caicos SPCA for “incredible efforts” raising standards of pet care, performing nearly 6,000 spay and neuter surgeries since 2001, educating pet owners about the value of proper nutrition and bringing pet-borne diseases on the islands to an all-time low.
Michelle Hope has swum, cycled and run her way through 10 triathlons but the 5’8’ mother of two will make history when she enters the Potcakeman Triathlon – she’ll be the first competitor in the popular event ever to compete in athletic gear provided by the official trade association dedicated to pet wellness, the Pet Food Institute (PFI).
While a regal beagle ultimately trotted away with the title “Best in Show” at The Independent Kennel Club -Trinidad and Tobago 2016 All Breed Championship Show June 26, an enormous Caucasian Shepherd grabbed his fair share of attention when he strolled into the Woodbrook Youth Facility in Port of Spain.
You’ve seen it before – an owner give his dog peanut butter and for the next few minutes everyone is in “dog heaven” as the elated dog makes funny faces trying to get all the peanut butter off her tongue.