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The Big Bang Theory's Johnny Galecki Buys TONS Of Pet Food

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Johnny Galecki must hate going pet food shopping.

We can assume this because he left Tailwaggers in Hollywood with a boatload of pet food!

He won't have to shop again for months!

Maybe his dog is stocking up for the impending zombie apocalypse?

We guess it could have been some big sale, or something where it's cheaper to buy in bulk.

Either way, we're glad to see he's not afraid to spend a bunch of money on food and do some physical labor, hauling tons of pet food out to his car.

Way to be a good dog papa, Johnny!

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Rachael Ray Launches Food Truck For Dogs In NYC!!

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Rachel Ray is not only a great chef and TV show host… she's also a huge animal lover!

She has a pet food brand called Nutrish and she's going to give the dogs of New York City a biiiiig treat!

She's going to unveil a dog food truck!

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Inside Every Good Dog Is A Great Dog

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Purina has a new dog food ad.

And it just might make you a bit misty eyed.

We love dogs because they're just so amazing and this video really shows it.

They truly are man's best friend!

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DooD Healthy, Natural, Deliverable Dog Food

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What's up, DooD??

DooD is an awesome new company that makes custom, individually portioned meals for you dog!

And they deliver!

DooD features all-natural ingredients, USDA certified meats, whole grains and vegetables.

It's so good you could eat too! Seriously, you could totally eat it!

There are no artificial ingredients, chemicals, by-products, fillers, cow hooves, chicken entrails or other awful things that wind up in normal dog food.

DooD describes themselves on their website:

"Dood is dedicated to supplying our customers and their companions with the finest, high-quality products and to leading the industry in convenient, direct-to-home delivery of nutritious and affordable pet foods.

Dood supports these goals with a practical philosophy of adhering to the highest ethical conduct in all its business dealings, treatment of its employees, and social and environmental policies with particular emphasis on the well-being of the pet communities we serve."

So anyone who wants a meal specifically tailored to their dog (looking at age, level of activity, size and other factors) and you don't want to have to run to the store or even spend any more than you normally would on top-lined dog food sold in stores, then DooD is for you!

Don't live in LA or NY? Well DooD delivers via frozen FedEx too!!

Check out some of their products HERE!

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IS YOUR PET THE COOLEST?

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California Animal Rehab

Here's a crazy tip!

We've posted tips on keeping your pet healthy and happy this summer by staying hydrated and out of cars. BUT this is the FIRST time we've heard this stay cool summer pet tip!!

The vets at CARE (California Animal Rehab) sent us this pawmazing tip:

Chinese Medicine food therapy separates food into categories of warming and cooling foods. Some examples of cooling foods are: cooked spinach, cooked broccoli, small amounts of tofu, apples, pears and watermelon.

These foods are readily available during the spring and summer seasons, and a great addition to your pets diet especially in an effort to cool them down as the temperature rises.

BUT REMEMBER: to try one new food at a time in small quantities for tolerance.

WOW! Who know veggies are as good for our pets as they are for us!

Thanx for the tip CARE! CLICK HERE to learn more about the holistic approach to pet health.

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Pets Join In On The Organic Food Trend

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Um… is this bone organic?

Pets be get'n snobby! Pet food aisles are starting to resemble their human counterparts, with natural and gourmet items increasingly taking up space. But owners should educate themselves on which foods really are a health benefit.

These days, our pets may be eating better than we are. Big-box pet stores and precious pet boutique shelves are increasingly stocked with gourmet edibles that are corn-free, wheat-free, locally sourced, byproduct-free, free-range, minimally processed and raw.

Many come with homey, inviting labels, and some look palatable even for humans.

At Petco, a number of locations now have a wood-floored store-within-a-store for natural foods.

BUT are they actually better?

So far organic pet food hasn't been proven with scientific research… but it makes your dog look soopa cool!

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What Made This Poor Dog So Fat? HUMAN FOOD!

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Poor Fatty Cassie

Yikes!

"Fish and Chips" is what made this Cassie, the British boarder collie, weigh three times what she should.

(Can you imagine what american food might have done to him?)

Her elderly owner fed Cassie sweets, leftovers, and fried food every day — and admitted she had NEVER eaten dog food.

She was brought into the Dog's Trust re-homing Centre, two weeks ago, when her owner fell ill and had to go into hospital.

It took THREE people to get the massive canine out of the car.

Shocked staff immediately put Cassie on a diet, but are struggling to help the hound — who weighs the same as Justin Bieber.

Workers say,

"She initially turned her nose up at the wet and dry dog food we gave her because it's not as tasty as the human food she's used to but she's getting better."

Right now the pudgy pooch weighs 130 bls, her goal weight: 40 lbs.

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