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"purina" Discussed on WRVA
"2020 is said to be the best year for Purina Cat and Dog Chow. In years. This year, Purina started selling cat food that it says helps reduce allergens. Steer, Nestle rolled out a probiotic that it says can help anxious dogs Calm down. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will try today to bridge remaining gaps in their talks over a comprehensive Corona virus relief. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is pressing ahead with his own more targeted plan stocks or higher on Wall Street Yesterday is those stimulus talks continued. I'm Bloomberg's Gina. Serve Eddie for news Radio. W R Va. Just about 7 20. Now let's get a check on sports with Gary. Good Morning, Sir. How you doing? Hey, Good morning, Dodgers Get Game one win and over Tampa Bay in the world. Siri's 8 to 3. Clayton Kershaw. Six strong innings struck out I got the Wind. Dave Roberts says his team featured great clutch hitting. We just took good at bats all night long. Really? And will Smith comes over the head or Cody comes up. Our Chris Taylor comes up with a hit. Kiki comes with a two out hit. Corey Seager had three walks tonight, but yeah, just up and down the line up a lot of really good stuff. Cody Bellenger Mookie Betts both homered in the victory. Game two is tonight Looks like a quarterback change on the way in Miami, the Dolphins or three and 32 wins in a row. But Ryan Fitzpatrick port ahead to the bench and rookie first round pick to a tongue of Iowa is going to move to the starting role after the bye week. November 1st. Against the Rams. The NFL week begins tomorrow night with the Giants and Eagles in Philly, Philadelphia likely to be missing Mild Sanders and Zach Ertz in that game. Richmond Kickers Play 11 o'clock this morning at Orlando City, be The kickers or 75 and to and have the regular season finale on Saturday at home.
"purina" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Purina seal of approval on the Tinder profile. But they would be ready. Badge. Green is a dog food company. So I don't think they ever had the good. So you had the animal food. That means you're. Many times. I wanna meet someone with the Perino. Derek Laurie and Julia with producer Donnie love on mytalk one zero seven one everything entertainment, everything club Pilates. I love Claudia's. And one of the big reasons why my friends the people that I've met going to classes, including Sherry, and I got to tell you about Sherry, she has been suffering from some major pain in her shoulder and hips. And this is I'm talking about chronic pain for years, and she has never felt better. She has been a club Pilates member. Now from just two months, he says she loves going in there. The instructors are so nice. They're incredible too friendly. The receptionists are warm great. Everyone's so great the atmosphere comfortable, it's clean. But she says I've noticed the biggest difference in my body. I feel stronger I have less physical pain. And you just love hearing that there's so many benefits to Pilates and club Pilates is the place to do it. There are clubs throughout the metro classes seven days a week. Your introductory class. It's free. The if you like it be introduced to.
How protecting pets could help domestic abuse victims
"Most people in America have a pet so therefore most people that are victims of domestic violence. They statistically have a pet and most of those people will for this reason. And this reason alone on that most but about half, and that's significant enough. They will not leave the situation therein solely because they've nowhere to put their pet. No one can take their pet and oftentimes not only are they victims of the violence. Their pet is to in fact, oftentimes things begin with the pet the pet is I abused before family members are abuse. So what are what resources are there? And it turns out there aren't enough of them Purina is working very hard to change that. And we'll talk with Dr Vannatter about the latest because we've been covering this now for what about two years or so and to me, it's a very important issue because we're talking. Potentially saving human lives and clearly saving animal
Restore Cat and Dog Gut Health
"Co founders of animal bio, so when we left off there. So we talked a little about the diagnostic side of what you guys do. So when you're able to identify the problem that an animal has compared to a database a lot of healthy animals. Dan, talk a little bit about the therapeutic side of what you guys do. I into settlement. It's not FDA groups. We hope someday go down that path mitts efficient investment. But for now, it's supplements mechanic claimed therapeutic benefits so we're trying to restore gut health, and it's an oral eagle transplant capsule. That is made using a proprietary process that allows it to be orally yet stable at room temperature and maintaining high accuracy. So we're taking material from carefully screened donors are healthy animals in their crime. You have no health conditions entertaining. No, medications are all kinds. Of things that could be passed on if you're into and then we use that through the process to create or capitals are given once or twice a day for twenty five days, and we sell them to waistline we sell the capsules on their own and then to sell them as part of the system where they get a microbiome assessment of their gut bacteria prior to take into capsules and then we haven't taken second sample two weeks afterwards. So we can see how the composition of bacteria in the gut may have shifted as a result to taking supplements. We have a written report that'd be provide of this before. And after comparison that allows them to see how they're has compared to healthy pets and often we find that healthy bacteria that are commonly found in the vast majority of healthy dogs or cats are introduced as a result of this oral supplement. I'm sure the answer to this varies. But generally what you see in terms of timeframe for. Animal to be receptive to see improvement on any of the conditions. They're third spiriting ethically. A cat response to our oral supplement is variable in the beginning, we had Sadler responded within days, and then when others tried it later took several weeks, they were so we typically tell people to expect that it can take several weeks, and the changes can actually continue after they finish the full force of capital. Because basically what we are doing is receding microbiome with Acura spores that are they going to colonized and spreads rapid got an interact with other other bacteria in the system and this process can can take even a couple of months. So I have the luxury of here, and you guys present a couple of times and. When we're down there in Florida. You told a story about a specific cat miracle. Do you mind telling that story because I think it's a good illustration of how severe of issues that some of the folks that come to you or experiencing, sir. Let tell the story bear bear gold. What I catch Trier oral supplement. She was adopted from a local animal shelter at midnight and developed diarrhea in the shelter as a result of medication that she was given their parents said that the diarrhea with some have bad that it was the body. Uncontrollably. And even though they tried everything special diets antibiotics steroids, this problem persisted. And so they were forced to keep her in a small part of their their apartment when we developed this oral supplement her were eager to try it marigold. Listen, I can take the oral supplement and her parents reported that within three days a hurt started. I think with only a single hassle per day her diarrhea went away, and it she remained. Made in remission for more than a year agreed story. Great story, it's crazy to think especially with animals, it's been through all sorts of conventional methods for trying to diagnose and stuff because we're able to do something that quickly so super cool on that. And as much as I love using the word poop over and over the shift gears a little bit out of the science of this into the prize with the innovation or the pickier innovation prize as well as are with company. So what did you think of the entire process? We got to go through this together over the last couple of months with the pet care innovation prize. What's been the big takeaways for you guys? It's been interesting. I think I are to being involved in the care. E microbiome company that worked with pets and now or more integrated into the pet industry just through having been introduced to other companies and through the whole process being in Saint Louis. So that was knowledgeable might need to sort of what's going on in the industry presidency the operations at Purina and the degree to which they invest in. Our was just for all the listeners. So in the reference Saint Louis one Purina's located down in Saint Louis all of us that were involved in this went down a couple of months ago for what they call the boot camp where we got to spend a lot of time understanding some of the pieces and parts of Purina giving innovation center talked a number of people that were experts ranging from finance to ecommerce a whole whole host of areas. And we also has is kind of a cohort and a group got to work with one another and some experts to really kind of home the stories around what we do in prepare ourselves for presentation. So I agree. I think it was. It's a really really wonderful process. I've been really impressed with Gerena as well as cultivation inactive capital that have been involved with us. And then I believe for the two of you. This was the first foray into global pets, and how massive the pet industry is correct. Yeah. The global before I mean, I pretty Bassett pet.
"purina" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Of Philadelphia's national dog show presented by Purina. And it's what it's a tradition every year at Arizona NBC on Thanksgiving Day to something like twenty million viewers. It's very big and like the Olympics, you and Tara have brought this sort of fashion forward funds to the sport. I love how you guys banter and dish about your social lives dogs fashion. What is the most fun thing about being correspondents for big dog show? Well for us Karen, I treats events like the national dog show like the Super Bowl like showing up at the Oscars. We treat ourselves kind of as cultural attaches to the public because we're the. Same as you guys were the same as everybody watching at home that may not really what's going on. So we really like to delve in and get the behind the scenes the culture of what makes us special and the national dog show. What keeps us coming back is the personalities behind the scene behind that big curtain. You know, the dogs are so individual and so singular in so many ways each dog, no matter, no matter the breed. They all have such vibrant and lovely personalities. And then I think most of us probably have seen best in show and. Oh, my God film to do such a dramatization. But it is definitely it's definitely real. You have people back there that are cool and chill and they've got this event and their dog is gonna do great. And then you have the very the wild ones that run around Chuck, lying, everywhere and brushes, and bows, and you know. Food and the the humans are freaking out and the dog the poodles just sort of sitting there looking from side to side like what is going on around me? And I think that that's what Taryn I love much about it as completely unexpected you're dealing with dog. And we of course, as dog lovers, and as Pennsylvania born people, we both really love going back to the Philadelphia area and supporting our state and then supporting then NASA talents with an and tastic. Do you have a most memorable experience from the past two years from the national dog show? Well, I think any time that you put a cute for the animal near me. I'm happy about it. But something something that happened last year, and it wasn't necessarily at the dog show. But it was the day before I was doing a satellite press tour for Purina who is the sponsor of the national dog show, and you know, in collaboration with NBC, and I was sort of just getting the word out that the show was coming. Because this films on November eighteenth and nineteenth and actually airs on thanksgiving people that are in the building know what happened on the day. But NBC doesn't amazing job of packaging it and making beautiful and really bring it home for everybody on thanksgiving. But this year for the satellite tour. I did it the year before as well. And we did it in New York City. So my puppy did not travel with me to do it. But this year because it was close to home. I took him with me to do the satellite tour, and it definitely was one of my favorite memories that I have doing dog shows because we've also done the Beverly Hills dog show now that is kind of a partner to the national dog show that airs on Easter, but Gemma who is my Japanese chin. He's five years old. Now, he came with me to decide light tour, and he was in awe of everything going on around him. Now, I can't say that he's professionally trained, but he's an awesome awesome dog. He behaved themselves flies, very quietly. He's my best best friend and my greatest companion. And he was so overwhelmed with what was going on because they had a sort of setup. In the middle of the show space. So of course, he gets no all the other dogs. They were giant great Danes walking by and he was freaking out. So we were on the satellite tour with wherever somewhere somewhere Montana or somewhere somewhere in New Mexico, and he's just barking through my whole interview. And it was the cutest thing. And then at the end of it, all I ran him around the ring it just so that he could feel like he was on the show dogs do, but definitely that's my favorite favorite memory. That is really really cute. I love it. And you've actually done the reveal you've done the reveal before I did which is fine. I'm sorry. I couldn't leave it to you. Yeah. The love of my life. And that's why I had to take. Sorry. Okay. It's all right. But I want you to tell us the love story of trauma, and Johnny how you met. When did you know, it was meant to be? Well, you know, I'm divorced now. But before just after I got married, I I had fallen in love with Japanese Chen. They were in the ads release taunt the black and white Japanese chins, and I was living in an apartment with a new husband. I knew that I needed a dog. That was quiet. I did all the research on Japanese chins to really be sure that I could be a great human to a Japanese Chen, and the Japanese Chen would be a great for me. And it was a very well. Well likes place, and so anyway, I walk in. It's just want a down day. And it was the first time I've ever gone in this space, and I was by myself, and I saw two Japanese chin sitting there and from the Louis Vuitton added of all places that I would find dog. I knew that. I love the black and white, but I didn't really. I realize that the blonde and white exists and there were several color combinations. That breed standard for Japanese Chen. And I wanted to hold the black and white Japanese ships. I and while I was holding him behind him like his brother with scratching on the cage and started to to whimper and snip and just wanted to come out and say Hello so much. So the girl that was working she pulled out for me. And he was so excited he jumped out of the the little pits that he was being put in so that I could interact with him. He jumped right into my arms lick my face did all of those things that puppies do when people fall in love with them, and so much just won the over with his panache style is overwhelming love and a week later. I was able to bring home after she's gone through all of his procedures, and he was old enough to go home with human and it was the bond with so immediate. And I sound like a crazy person might talk about this. But I told my mom and dad. All the time. How much I love him, and you know, on a regular basis, you can sell they cry because just cute things. He'll do. What's your favorite thing that he does? Well, he's so sleepy. So he's an awesome dog and plays. And he loves you get so many toys and Japanese Jenner very regal dog. They're were originally bred to warm the laps in the seats of Japanese royalty. And he's very regal sits he's very regal with the way, he watches television. But she's a strong little man. So he barks, and he will go crazy when there wolf on TV. He is very aware of how how strong he is. So he's definitely a big dog and a little dog spotty. But when he sleeps he sleeps with me, and he has his own fuzzy blankets and things that I put up on the bed, and he Nixon Ness, and you know, by the morning, of course, he's he's spooning with me. Waking him up waking him up. I think it's my favorite thing. Because he gets a full massage every morning before he even opens his eyes. So he's awake. And he he just sort of well sort of move in a way that he knows that I'll Natasha's chest. And then I'm a Sasha's knees, massages ankles and his back in his tail and his head and his ears and he waits for this every morning. So he does get angry when I travel, but my favorite thing is definitely waking up next to him and having him do his pampered pup sort of massage position, and they're so cozy when they wake up in the morning, it's really delicious. I love it with our dog. Oh god. Yeah. I you have large dog. No, I have small dogs. We have four dogs are largest is our terrier terror. Jasper who's about nineteen pounds, and our littlest ones are recent a father and daughter, and the father Albie is five pounds. So no, wow. And they all we got very lucky because they all get along. You know, we could have gone a lot of different ways that they all get along. And it's the nicest most wonderful thing. And then we feel like our lives are so much richer for having these kids in our home. You know? Yeah. It's just a really beautiful thing. So I'm going to skip over to the Olympics in Pyong Chang. Again, is this your first time going to young Chang or two Korean general? Well, luckily, I don't know what it is about my face, but I have been able to tour and perform and have a huge following in Asia. Not just Japan, South Korea, China, and I don't know what it is about me. Maybe I look a little bit like an animal. With my large is I don't know. But. Yes. I have been to South Korea haven't been to Chung yet. And I only say Chung Chung because we're being told that's the proper way to say it. But I also think it's John Chang. But anyway, Tom, I've never been, but I have seen photographs from our producers and our bosses of the progress that the city has made in preparing for these games. And and I just think it's going to be incredible. The next three Olympics. A lot of people don't realize this are going to be in Asia. So Chung Chung is this coming February twenty eighteen winter and then twenty twenty the summer Olympics are in Tokyo, and then twenty twenty to the Winter Olympics will be in Beijing. And then of course, terrorists was awarded the twenty twenty four summer and Los Angeles the twenty. Oh, yeah. No. That brings up. So far out. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But South Korea, it's just going to be amazing, and I love Asian fashion. So certainly I'm going to be bringing a lot of KOMO realistic to our broadcast and terrorism. Tara won her her Olympic title in Japan. So Asia definitely is a very special place in her heart. And I we're both excited about South Korea. Well, we cannot wait to see what you guys are wearing and what you have to talk about. And just the entertainment that is Johnny and Tara for those Olympics. We're going to be watching for sure what was your most favorite moments from Rio. Because I heard that you brought your whole class at Theriault where I brought maybe a quarter a quarter of my other Theriault. So Rio was was a very interesting place. There is of course, the extreme beauty of Christ. The redeemer the big statue the beautiful Copacabana beach, but Brazil is still a developing country and Rio is still a developing city. So there were bits of uncomfortable at being down there. So weren't as adventurous as we usually are in foreign countries. We. Really take pride in in getting out there and walking the cities that were visiting you know, even in American before that that we will force getting events. You know, we really love to have our feet on the ground. And and see what that but Brazil was a little bit rough to do that you needed a security detail to go really out at night. And there were a lot of safety concerns for us. So we didn't actually get to enjoy as much as we usually do. But the people were very welcoming to Olympic Games and that can be a hard, sell especially in developing country. But people were so excited the Olympics were there were so happy that the world was watching their city in their country. And that definitely is a great memory. But Taryn I had so much fun. And we always do just yakking it up in the car or creating our Instagram videos when we decided they were going to learn how to synchronize swim. But with no real coaching. We're just gonna. A synchronized swim. We have the best time. So whenever Tarangire together. It doesn't matter where in the world as we're right at how you make your own entertainment. My last question Johnny is sort of the big picture question that will leave listeners with the banter, the flamboyance the fun of watching the two of you commentate definitely brought a freshness and definitely some sex appeal to figure skating, what do you hope to leave you with about the sport? And about you both. Well, I suppose something that's very important to her..
"purina" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Heard on the blind and beyond radio show. Yes, please. Yes. Yes. Yes. Give us a call. They heard us on the radio. Well, thank you for joining us. Thanks so much for having me. One of the things that we did have the games that we have accessibility or something called ball. Yeah. Cool cool. Race-based accessibility games that you can play with tax very cool. I have one thing to say to you tap tap tap tap. That was good. We thank you. Joining us. Happy holidays. Thank you. All right. We're going to break. Again. Happy birthday. Thank you. Prince. We're gonna break. Okay. Here we go break. They don't go away. We've got a lot more. Well, today a lot more. Hi, I'm Sherry Brennan. And I've had three guys dots. And when I asked what dog food to feed my dog the school that I went to recommended Purina dog Chow. My last dog Bailey was said Purina dog Chow and she lived to be fifteen and a half years old Purina dog Chow has different foods for the needs of all different types of dogs from tough to seniors Bailey thrived period when she got a little heavy. I found a special diet formula for her as she got older Curio one and Purina senior formula met her changing me the way, I see it. If Purina is good enough for my guide dog school to use for their.
Gout associated with doubled risk of death from heart failure
"How many have. You guys have gout I would not wish gout. On my worst enemy gout is, rough, well we've been talking for, years about how those people with gout may be at higher risk for heart disease Well another study has come out saying yeah It can increase your risk. Of, heart attack and stroke by fifteen, percent Apparently the American, Heart Association has revealed the research they clarified a bunch of older studies confirming that there is a link between, the inflammatory condition of gout and heart health Dr ni ha package potty and our colleagues from university looked at seventy thousand patients and found that those who had gals were at higher risk of dying from their ca-. Combat cardiovascular disease and, twice as likely to die from their heart failure if they had it She states. Among patients went out as beginning of the study or who developed, during follow up their risk of either dying of cardiovascular disease or having a heart attack. Or, stroke was fifty percent higher than patients have. Never developed scout right so what is, out and a lot of people say yeah my dad had dugouts we don't really call. A thug out you, know like the diabetes we just say we just call out we just got diabetes gout is an inflammatory condition that even though it primarily affects joints it can affect a lot of parts of the body and how. We break it down Is, a gal we'll have. Higher levels of uric. Acid now where does your acid come from well uric acid comes, from the breakdown appearance now hearings are the building blocks to all living cells and DNA So our body. Makes Purina's or we get from outside sources like food especially meat And so, if your, body is healthy you. Will excrete the excess. Uric acid so let's say you know you're gonna outback steakhouse that's I love steak let's say. You take it a whole bunch of things you normally healthy body will, excrete it But if you overproduce uric acid or if you under excrete. It You may have been too, much circulating uric. Acid if you. Have, too much circulated uric acid. You make these you're a crystals now these uric crystals are exquisite I have, a picture on. My website or on my Facebook and Twitter adopter. Dia dot com but these uric crystals will once they supersaturated, crystallize Then they precipitate making huge crystals And they precipitate in joints especially large joints. Like the big, toe and knee when. This happens it comes on immediately Dowdy joint won't, take weeks flare up It will happen overnight It is so painful that somebody will not want to put on their sock or put on their pants or have anything near, the the joint del even ask you to not for far next to the joint, it is that tender Because you have these crystals your body swells and it it just gets red swollen and you, know sometimes these gout attacks make us as doctors concerns you have an acute infection Like a staff because it. Happened so rapidly, so painful so red there were like oh my. Gosh you have an infection But that history of. Gal and yeah we I. Had a lot of meat I had a lot of shrimp I had, a lot of alcohol we know it's probably out, so one way to tell is we take fluid out of the. Joint and then we look at the. Crystals the microscope or we, do, a, Graham Staines. To, see if there's. Any bacteria we could also do a, blood account now some people will. Say oh well that's easy just oh blood test and if the uric acid is high you know their outpatient not. Entirely this is where it gets tricky if you have a gout attack and, your uric acid has made your eight crystals, and they. Crystallize many times during the, attack your uric, acid levels baby normal So, a, doctor, does not. Where, worry really well. Versed in this which should be rare, because most of us are can't. Just do a blood test to go out it's not gal because you're against it is normal now no not that. Because again you're you're a gas it may the busy making that joint attack Now some people will. Say well wait a second I don't get out attacks. But, I have a dramatic, hyper, which is elevated, announced say that three times fast say that Elevated uric acid, levels that just circulating the body if that's the case, I think those calls some. Baseline inflammation
"purina" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Saver line to include live. Probiotics which is really interesting stuff it's based on several. Years of study and how ours is different as the probiotics are. Live in the bowl. And then they enter the pet and their, digestive system they remain, lives so that helps with balancing. Bacteria, in the guard it balances, microflora in, the GI track so. That's pretty, exciting. Stuff that's going to. Be, across all. Dog and. Cat formulas. On the saver line by June you know as an incredible. I remember years ago you. Didn't hear about much about probiotics and certainly not related to pet food and now we're I mean as as parents. Were, coming, more I guess, more into the health. Of our animals yeah, I think that you, know we. Saw the benefits on the Human side and. I think a lot of that research can be. Translated to pet and what's great at. Farinas we have five hundred scientists and researchers and veterinarians on staff and they are constantly looking at trends on the, human side, and thinking about. How can that help our pets too so we conduct our all of our own research at Purina. Were able to, kind of, launch these new products like the, line well, I think it's gonna be great for. So, many dogs get so many, problems especially as they get older Communist they got older moms That stuff I'm. Sure personally experienced that I have my twelve and a half let me tell. You, have the the silent, but deadly yeah why he's coming out but I'm. Sure. That would really be helpful over sure we've and we've done a lot of research on aging dogs and cats as well. Over the last five years, or so and we have Pro Plan bright mind that helps speed up. The glucose metabolism to, aging dog's brain so when. Dog ages their brain function slows down so this contains a botanical oil that feeds metabolism to the brain and kinda helps the dog engage more with their family like. They once did when they were puppies and we've got some awesome testimonials from consumers. Who tried that.
"purina" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Being involved in the pike karen deletion prides e microbiome company that worked with pets and now i feel like we're more integrated into the industry having been introduced to other companies and through the whole process being in saint louis so i think that was knowledgeable might name to sort of what's going on in the industry presidency the operations at purina and the degree to which they invest in our was just for all the listeners so in the reference saint louis one purina's located down in saint louis all of us that were involved in this went down a couple of months ago for what they call the boot camp where we got to spend a lot of time understanding some of the pieces and parts of purina giving innovation center talked to a number of people that were experts ranging from finance to ecommerce whole whole host of areas and we also as as kind of a cohort a group got to work with one another and smeck sports to really kind of home the stories around what we do in prepare ourselves for presentations so i agree i think it was a really really wonderful process i've been really impressed with gerena as well as cultivation inactive capital that have been involved with us and then i believe for the two of you this was the first foray into global pets and how massive the pet industry is correct yeah we global before i mean i pretty bassett pet parents sites novel latest greatest thanks by this day fancy stories like joy online holy considers herself a professional level consumer products fucking to have wonderful pet stores.
"purina" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"You by the floor from purina veterinary diet it's a canine probiotic that works it's worked one hundred percent of the time that i've used it with my dogs over the years you can learn all about four to flora when you talked to your bet about it floor the small community of pauls valley oprah homa has one giant festival every year it all started with a college student at the university of oklahoma back in the year two thousand when his short film on okie noodling talking about hand fishing for catfish hit the public airways and it caught on like wildfire soon after came the okie noodling competition selfproclaimed world championship of hand fishing for catfish in pauls valley oklahoma well that contest is still around and bigger than ever we're going to talk with sherry wing with the chamber of commerce there in pauls valley oklahoma and she's one of the organizers of this event every year which is coming up one week from today it's next saturday next weekend we're also going to talk to tim sookie today tim is a twotime okie noodling chant we're going to crappie fish the alabama river with mr crappy wally marshall and we're concentrating on post spawned bats with bass master elite angry kelly george so grab your cell phone cold glass of ice tea or a hot cup of coffee make yourself at home in the air conditioner here and the old camp house at big billie kinder.
"purina" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Their love and intelligence is so obvious no the the idea that there are not as intelligent as we are is something that humans have been taught and we have to look at the reality of things that everyone who has a dog or cat or a horse and and he's living with that relationship they know how much that animal thinks and feels and hurts and and it's our responsibility to give back the love that they give to us every day by the way you need to call us tomorrow and tell us what horse you've communicated with at the kentucky derby the winner before it happens please gonna ask you you a cat as a child i had one cat not as a child i bought one as a matter of fact i will tell you a very quick story that we'll take our final calls here there was a portion of by time i was working in corporate public relations and i was handling the ralston purina account the pet food account and they had a little kitten that they were doing a promotion with and when they were done with the promotion they didn't know what to do with it you know they didn't know whether to take it back to the office or what and i said i'll take it you know at that time i had two little girls and so i took this little kitten in they called it patches in that was my one and only cap ever i've had i'm a dog guy giant was before the dog that came out from the litter and shows showed itself to you why do you say that.
"purina" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Genetic ancestor to which your little cat sitting in your lap right now actually came from but their needs are surprisingly similar i believe they are talk they're they're quite similar they have very few differences like they're a little bit longer they have some different markings they they look mostly like a gray tabby with some red points on it now dry food may fall short only dry food for some cats when it comes to satisfying what they really want as far as texture because cats textures really important to cats how it feels in their mouth and also what's most important is the amount of protein at the end of the day but you can get that neither dryer moist i think and the purina one true instincts one of the observations that we made was that these cats really did enjoy different textures so when they're hunting and they're eating prey they're eating things like skin and bone and which has crunch and they also have of course the muscle part of the organs and those are more of a moist texture so what you just explained really villa straight so i'd texture in imparted really illustrates my texture is so important to cats what should we look for and what purina one true instinct has early on in the label is first the protein ingredients should that be an any pet food or cafu specifically cat food specifically for looking at the nutrient profile we should see that the protein levels are up in the high thirties forties some will even go to the fifties about sent usual so protein i you know as the main ingredient and then followed by fat now this is purina one shoe instincts for cats and we have an exciting announcement i love this word the word is free so if you go to purina one dot com slash tri true instincts you get a free sample i'm told yes a free.
"purina" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Worry he's been fixed welcome back to steve deals chief veterinary officer at purina and smiling and there's a good reason for that it's lowly in some parts of the country very slowly but it is getting warmer outside that means we're going out more that's means we're bringing out our dogs more as well that's a great thing and of itself it is we know that exercisers great not only for fourlegged friends but also for us and studies have shown that if you have pets and your lives you more likely to be healthy it's good for increasing exercise and we also know pets have a wonderful just impact on our own biology and even emotions so yes it's an exciting time of the year as the snow starts to melting people get out of it more but there are some things we need to consider certainly one is you wanna make sure that you're pat is healthy enough to exercise and that's really fundamental and one of the ways we know that is true our annual visits tour veterinary or in my book of biannual visits really i mean because pets age so quickly and maybe you disagree of a hunch may not because they age more quickly it's probably better twice a year for all pets not only senior pets but for sure for senior pets i i would completely agree i mean we we try to make the baseline at least once a year of people have very busy schedules but you know that is so important and i think sometimes people underestimate the the power of that visit uh you know while it may not look like your veterenarian in his or her staff are doing a lot of things that 15minute physical exam is so important they've been highly trained to to find any type of potential issues and then which you know with your dog has osteoarthritis and things of that nature things you wanna make sure won't be problems as you start to get out in move around a bit more with well you know one one thing that they do as the blood tests of course in people think why do we need the blood work and then lo and behold you have a pet that has disease and may be not only saline there are other tick disease sometimes dogs are coin factored so they have.
"purina" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel
"Cookie crisp was originally manufactured by purina that got me somewhere and the last one really took me for a loop here there aren't any nuts in honey nut cheerios the natural almond flavor comes from crushed up peach pits isn't that stunning that's so weird yeah why i don't it just works and i guess people probably have less allergies to the show i don't know who's fucking muddling peach pits in a mortar and pestle being like oh yes put that on my cereal bitch like who figured out that like i forget like why flower okay we'll figure out how to milk a cow that's question number one always but like like there's like a plant early flower that we grind up that gives cheese its yellow color yeah i forget what it's called i should remember working at a cheese stand while but who figured that out like you know carmine how it's just muddled up beetle shells and that gives you red color it's used in like food and makeup and stuff i wanna know how is it exactly cost effective to get beatles there's a coffee maker to get like wild beatles i'm assuming that they like bring them in like a place and just take them that way i'll is that easier or less expensive than just like using something synthetic to make run color donors in we have the technology absolutely if i could use a little green packet of powder to color the milk green in my shrek limited edition cheerios how can't we do this definitely can anyway.
"purina" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Curry goodman your company is one of those right that's right yes it tell us about animal by 'em so animal biomass his microbiome company a familiar with let microbiome s uh i'm going to pretend that i'm not okay but i'm really not yet i am sorry microbiome are all of the collection of microbes that live on an in us and i am lots of research recently lots of work in this area is leading us to understand that they pull it play really important roles in our health so this is true for humans we know that you have to have the could component good microbes in your gut in order to be able to digest food be healthy this is true for your mammal pets also so cats and dogs suffer from some of the same conditions that we do with chronic m upset slamming his um diarrhea vomiting ibd they have all the same things so our company has founded in the idea that a healthy pat is due to a healthy got well and how does it you how did you come into our knowing about the pet care innovation prize and what have you learned since coming here to st louis him on what are you get out of his programme to yes so we an we found out about the prize we were an somebody mentioned in dina this would be a good opportunity for you take a look at this at purina's evolved you know you learn about the pet industry and so yeah we submitted an application and were just really excited when we got a call that we were being considered um we live in oakland california so we're pretty far from the centre of in the pet care industry we we don't know a lot of people in the package industry so being involved in the past has allowed us to learn a little bit more about some of the players in the industry young of some how things are working um if there is some prizemoney involves so that's going to help us.
"purina" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Is so exciting for me i've i've wanted to interview royalty for a very long time and now i have the opportunity to talk with real royalty gales their necci malden is the queen of poop senior research nutritionist at purina and what's important to you gale i don't know what you say a cocktail parties when people come up to you and say what what do you do well i'm really interested in what comes out the dog or cat other and this out so described sort of what you do a purina how many permit basic research group and they may main role is to come up with nutritional interventions to help improve the health the pets but as you mentioned i am the queen of poop so i work on mainly on digest as health and what's coming out the other end and then how we can use that to try to figure out um how to make our diets better and to improve digestive health so for dogs and cats for dogs at the moment there is a scoring system veterinary ins no it you know they know that they could look at what comes out the other end and say aha and and they know in their head what that scoring system is and what it might mean is going on with that dog as a dog owner at what point do you call veterinary and after a couple of loosers tools shall we say yes there winner at times i think he'd always want to call that near end is if you see something really unusual um for example blood in the feces um or your coagulated blood words which is darker that's that's always a a sign that you need to call right away i'll usually wait a day or so if it's a little bit lewis as long as it is.
"purina" Discussed on WLOB
"The angels than the archangel that he didn't even look like an angel and they were all quite correct he didn't his halo is permanently tarnished where he held onto it with one hot little chubby hand when he ran and he was always rotten furthermore even when he stood very still it never behaved like a halo should it was always slipping down over his right eye are over his left eye oh else just for purina's slipping off the back of his head and rolling away down some golden street just so we have to yes and it must be year recorded that his wings we're not a useful no ornamental all paradise held its breath when the little the stadiums or pitched himself like an unhappy fledglings on the very exit a gilded cloud and prepared to take off he he would teach it this way and that way but after much coaxing a few false starts he would shut both of his eyes hold is freckled knows count up to three hundred and three and then harrell himself slowly into space however owing to the regrettable fact that he always forgot to move is wings the littlest danger always fell head over halo mm it was also reported in never denied that whenever he was nervous which was most of the time he bit his wing tips in lincoln now anyone can easily understand why the little this danger would sooner or later have to be disciplined and so on an eternal day of an eternal month in the year eternal he was directed to present his small cells before an angel of the peace the list angel combed his hair dusted his wings and scrambled into an almost cleaning rogue then a heavy heart he trudged his way.
"purina" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"He was talking out purina's uh uh hashtag dog thinking movement that was new this year right i mean that is helping people out with the hurricane in puerto rico and who have done it we've we've done it in various forms but this year yep that was designated specifically to go to all the people that have been touched by all the storms uh through this country um as an in texas and florida and endow the allgood gulf coast and died the every time you called in and put the the hashtag don thanking an app marina are they donated a dollar to the to the uh tear he still who was a a that could be a part of that of nice that you know jesus talked about dogs lien part of our family and and anybody who's got a dog we consider as part of our family as well so it's nice it with you were able to help them all out it was agreed or good dot org so that's where on the money went to and distributed for like like you got it for the people with hurricanes it's weird the weather out there and you were mentioning a sonani hitting your beach one day you never know just be careful i haven't had one yet but uh we live a blocked off the beach were in the main street in in cannon beach oregon if you wanna look that up and uh and at the there are signs all over town they soon nami evacuation routes in point you up the hill and if it's not coming you get a little you get ten to fifteen minutes had started i think we can get up the hill with our to dogs and and escape with but you know if they say well it happens often well what often in geologic terms that maybe once every thousand years i'm hoping that though we'll be able to the live that out.
"purina" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Lot of that work at on on buying her up he you know major thirty at that uh again as you mentioned young what cat eat out there while prevent diabetes clear mandate diaby well you didn't hyperbole event yeah and you mentioned diabetes so i was just that an event for purina and purina talked about appropriately how they were the first to say oh kate in fact we could help cats with diabetes by offering the reverse of what was previously thought abe a diet with more protein fewer carbohydrates and some of these cats actually then even go into remission especially if they lose some weight at the same time well i pointed out to the entire group yes that's true purina deserves credit for that absolutely but it's to win feline foundation shen that supported the initial studies for that but as you mentioned we're talking about not only diabetes but everything including the discovery of what feline leukemia initially was the of vaccines for a variety of different things the cat's now routinely might get so all as a result of the win feline foundation and then the win feline foundation came up with the idea locate let's celebrate and it's called cures for cats day explain what that's all about well it it that at gay we feel bad catherine under third uh you know companion animal out there or finding the fanfare it and we want to highlight the need uh poor yelp cat and cat help and caretaker cathay at our way to raise awareness i bet they had honorable love their cat then we believe that they are day it you know they'll come a day where on many of the deadly disease chronic if either in be uh either curator manage uh because of the work that win feline foundation it killing no arm it it it let highlight the online how and what we can do at the point that yes so to learn more about cures stay you can.
"purina" Discussed on The Canon
"Like encyclopedia zones and biological notebooks that he was thumbing through so we decided to come up with this centipede monster it looks ridiculous it and you can see the strings that they used a sort of political chaos the ground it's actually one of the least threatening movie monsters since the lamp in one of the amityville sequels but william castle really kind of put his own brand on on his movies and especially at vis purina's career when he was moving from just being kind of a hollywood journeyman into being william castle the showman so a lot of this movie is really exciting to watch it has a really great uh kinda interesting characters that have really interesting dynamic but more than that it's very much about its presentation and the film was it was released in 1859 and this was long before films released nationwide so when they had a premier it was usually in one theater so william castle could afford to do these really expensive gimmicks which is what he's really famous for and this the gimmick for this one was called perceptible and what he did is he found a bunch of there were some sort of armies sir plus airplane widgets like little wheeling motors and was able to wire them underneath random seats throughout the feeder during the premier so during a choice seen in the in the film when the screen goes black we hear vincent price near reading to the audience.