Pets Prefer Healthy Foods
    Massachusetts: "I just wanted to let you know that my 10-month-old cat Ferris adjusted to Vitality™ instantaneously. The little guy eats pretty well – he always gets some dry food and to go along with that he gets wet food about half the time or some of what his “people” are eating (if it’s good for cats) the other half of the time. The day he got Vitality as his dry food for the first time was a bonanza day on the people food as well. He got some rare, pan-seared beef tenderloin (very much a favorite, he usually tried to climb up the person cooking it in excitement when he smelled the steak on the stove) to go with the Vitality. I have never seen him go for the dry food first, but he ate the Vitality BEFORE the beef tenderloin! He is also a big fan of your canned foods."  
Makes the Old Young Again
    Internet: "I’ve been using your Maintenance™ food for about 5 years now. I began using it when my little Peek-a-Poo became deathly ill and no one could find the cause of his illness. He’s since passed on, but when I had gotten Joshy from the humane society, he was a very sickly little guy. I had gotten him when he was 4 years old and the workers at the society didn’t want me to take him because they thought he’d never be healthy. He never was very healthy, but when he became deathly ill at the age of 9, I wasn’t ready to give him up. I had tried everything. My veterinarian said there was nothing left for him to try. He suggested going to the Purdue School of Veterinary Medicine. I took him there and thousands of dollars later he was no better. A veterinarian then suggested a long shot of changing to Wysong™ dog food. I immediately changed his diet. Within 2 weeks Josh was a different dog. After a few weeks, he was running and playing and interacting with my other little Westie. Joshy had NEVER played! The next few years were the best of his life. He was so healthy and happy. He lived another 6 years!!! I just wanted to say “thank you” for improving the quality of Joshy’s live. Thank you for all of your research and work and concern for our little (and big) guys all over the U.S. Keep up the wonderful work!" 

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