All pet owners want to feed their animal companions well. It just makes good sense. The better you feed your pets, the healthier they are likely to be. But sometimes, money is an issue. Now there's no need to sacrifice quality in the name of economy.
We want to introduce you to a relatively new company that started doing business here in the Louisville area about 8 months ago. They're called Mister Buck's Genuinely Good Pet Food Company
from Bloomfield, Indiana (not far from Bloomington). They make a super-premium natural and holistic line of dog and cat foods. Their objective is to make the best quality food they can and sell it to consumers at the most economical price possible.
Their foods have no corn
(filler), no soy
(filler) and no wheat
(another filler). Animals can't digest corn any better than we can. They can't digest soy very well either. Same for wheat, which is known to be a common trigger for allergies in dogs. Generally speaking, I encourage dog owners all the time to avoid feeding foods which contain corn, wheat or soy
. Check the label on the food you're currently feeding your pets and you may be surprised at the first three or four ingredients.
Mister Buck's is a tiny company with a huge heart and a giant social conscience. They are strong supporters of animal welfare organizations and police K9 units. They recently donated a year's supply of their food to both the Indiana State Police and
the Louisville Police K9 unit. They are also generous donors to local animal welfare organizations like ours.
Mister Buck's offers a broad line of canned and dry dog foods as well as dry cat food. Check them out at http://www.mrbuckspetfood.com
. Most of their product line has been on the shelf at the Rainbow Blossom on Lexington Avenue since January and can be delivered by Rainbow Blossom upon request to their other locations with a day's notice. http://www.rainbowblossom.com/Announcing the first-ever Mister Buck's Van-Load Sale in Kentuckiana!Mister Buck's Genuinely Good Pet Food Company will be here in Kentuckiana on Saturday, August 17th, from 10 AM to 1 PM for their first VAN-LOAD SALE in this area at the Sophie's Hope Thrift Shoppe in Jeffersonville. The address is 3808 East 10th Street (Hwy. 62), just west of the I-265 interchange.
Many GPA/Louisville members are head over heels in love with the new Rescue Blend
kibble from Mister Buck's. Fifty (50) pounds of premium dry dog food for only $30! What a greyt deal!
Our dogs are doing really well on this product. Most of our members are feeding the Pork & Beef variety but a few feed the Chicken & Rice. My pickiest eater in the pack is crazy about this food and we no longer have to wait for the sun, the moon and the stars to fall into the right configuration in order to get her to eat! She loves Mister Buck's.
Rescue Blend and the other Mister Buck's dog foods (canned and dry) as well as their dry cat food will be available at the van-load sale on August 17th. And their dehydrated pork liver treats too! See the flyer at http://www.gpalouisville.org/2013-08-17-MisterBucksVanLoadSale.pdf
for pricing information.
We're really excited about the opportunity to introduce pet owners from throughout Kentuckiana to this line of quality products. I hope you'll pass on the word to your friends about this sale. If it goes well, Mister Buck's would really like to come back MONTHLY, which will be awesome for everyone in the area who likes these products. Eventually, they'd like to set up similar sales on the southern side of the river as well.
If you have questions about the food or the sale, let me know. If you have questions about the product or the company, visit Mister Buck's website or their Facebook page. Drop them a line; they're very responsive to inquiries. See http://www.mrbuckspetfood.com
Looking forward to seeing you at Sophie's Hope Thrift Shoppe in Jeffersonville at 10 AM on Saturday, August 17th.
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