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A new store in Ohio carrying Dr. Tim’s Pet Foods:
Gutwein K-9 Store
Grand Rapids, Ohio
Know a store that might be interested but not in the area of one of our distributors? We can ship direct to them or direct to large kennels. read more
Announcing a new member of Team Momentum-Champion Field Trialer Scott Townsend of Crosswind Kennels.
“Today I own and operate a kennel of 30 to 40 pointing dogs and campaign some of the top German Shorthairs in the game. That thrill of stepping out on to the field, where it is myself and my dog against another handler and their dog is something that has driven me for years. read more
Team Momentum member and 2012 Iditarod Winner Dallas Seavey will soon be on the National Geographic Channel with the airing of “Ultimate Survival Alaska” series. We hear they had a good time with this one. read more
Update on the AKC National Obedience Championship held last weekend in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
“Reign” OTCh Companion’s He Reigns in Victory UDX5 OM7 and Victory Hulett took 1st place overall Border Collie, 1st place Herding Group, and 2nd Runner up All Breed at the National Obedience Championships last weekend. read more
Mitch Seavey won the 2013 Iditarod becoming the oldest person ever to claim first place in this famed race. Upon finishing this very exciting and close race he exclaimed; “This one is for all the men of a certian age out there that still have it going on.” read more
National Championship at the Quail Invitational for Scott Townsend and Chip!
Tim we put your dog food to the test in the heat again. This time it was in Lake Wales, Florida at the 2013 National Championship Quail Inv. read more
Team Momentum news!
Noah Pereira wins the Jr. Iditarod!
Noah of Clarkston, NY, won with a team of dogs from Dallas Seavey’s kennel. Coming in second was Conway Seavey 4 minutes later. read more
Egil Ellis takes second at the Fur Rondy Sprint Dog Championships in Anchorage, Alaska this past weekend. read more
Every Tuesday and Thursday we try our best to answer your questions that pertain to your pets. Check it out as it has been a huge hit! read more
Ash Factoid Moment;
Why use “low ash” protein ingredients?
Ash is the true filler in a dog food. Dogs have a requirement of about 2% ash (the non burnable/combustible minerals left over after food is burned) as in that 2% will be the calcium/phos/trace minerals they need. Above that is the useless part of a dog food as a rule. read more