• How petfood companies can partner with animal rescue groups

    Betsy Bank Saul, founder of www.petfinder.com, a free service for rescue groups, shelters and pet adopters, discusses opportunities for petfood manufacturers to get involved in animal welfare efforts.

    2012-04-30



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