What’s Really in Your Dog’s Food? Ragazzilife.com Hosts a Fabulous Evening of Education and Networking – in the Company of Your Pup
New York (PRWEB) November 24, 2009
Why is it that as a society, our diets have taken a positive turn towards whole, organic, and unprocessed foods, yet our “best friends” are still getting servings of dry or greasy mystery chunks? What is really in your dog’s food?
The nation’s top selling dog food contains the following ingredients: Meat by-products, Modified corn starch, Soy flour, Potassium chloride, Tricalcium phosphate, Titanium dioxide colour, Salt, choline chloride, ferrous sulfate, Thiamine mononitrate, copper sulfate, manganese sulfate, niacin, calcium pantothenate, riboflavin supplement, vitamin B-12 supplement, pyroxidine hydrochloride, potassium iodide, folic acid, and sodium selenite.
What a mouthful – literally.
And what in the world are those ingredients? http://www.RagazziLife.com (the social network for dog owners) will be hosting an event on Wednesday December 9th from 6:30-9:30pm with special guest canine nutritionist and behavioral Stacy Alldredge. Stacy will dispel rumors and concerns associated with home cooked, natural and well balanced dog cuisine as well as prepare and create special tasting menus for all dogs to enjoy!
Does Fido need to lose a couple pounds? Is Spot allergic to most foods? Should Boomer just eat healthier? Stacy will present three different recipes that target and help your dog’s dietary issues. With Stacy’s certified nutrition expertise, no pooch will leave hungry, but they’ll all leave healthier. And with ingredients straight out of most people’s traditional holiday dinner menu (apples, asparagus, turkey, fish, beef, pasta, rice and more), event attendees will know that their dogs are eating as well as they are this holiday season.”
For more information please visit: http://www.ragazzilife.com/store
Wag, Wine and Dine
Wednesday, December 9th
6:30pm – 9:30pm
Safe Harbor Loft
446 Broadway (b/t Grand and Howard)
RagazziLife.com is an exclusive web based initiative for dog-parents. Based on the deep bonds that dogs can offer, it’s no surprise that we’ve transformed from dog owners into uncompromising and unconditional dog-parents. The idea of this user-friendly, invite-only community is to connect these uncompromising dog lovers so they can interact by email, chats, dates, and fun events with their dogs.
Once a member of the online community, users will have access to discover the best services, the best products, and the best information for their dog. RagazziLife.com will offer several sections of the site: