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We love this product as a training treat. Very disappointed that we can’t get anymore… it was only sold at Pet Supplies Plus and they don’t carry it any more. The manager told me it was because of “distribution issues” since the company was “folding”.
Learned today that this is a Purina product. Hmmmmmmmmmm. Sketchy.
Fresh Pet is highly palatable but reeks of a garlicky smell, although no garlic is listed in the ingredients. Hmmm again.
The digging has been done. No innuendoes were made. The guy from Blue Ridge Beef gives out bogus inspection numbers when asked. When contacted, USDA and FDA both stated there is no such number and that the company does not have a number, either. Your buddy at Blue Ridge is dishonest… simple as that.
Your defensiveness makes me wonder if you work for either of those companies. I’m going to bow out now since it seems you are more interested in attacking me than having a discussion.
Good luck in your quest for truth. It will help to pull your head out of the sand.
there are a lot of people who feed it and like it. I am glad ECS guy is happy but we are not comfortable with feeding treated meat that was collected from dead, diseased, and dying animals supplied by a vendor who lies about their license.
I think I will stick with supermarket meat that I would put on my own plate.
Not only is the address the same, but the contact person is also the same: Steven Lea.
Check out the May 2006 planning board minutes from Iredell County if you want to know what Lea-Way does. The link between those 2 businesses is disturbing, especially for those of us who feed raw.
Blue Ridge Beef are dishonest in their communication with customers and the price is too good to be true. Think twice about feeding their product and do your homework. In my opinion, if a company won’t answer with integrity questions about their products, then I don’t want to do business with them
This product is sketchy. The company is connected by family to a Lea-Way Company which is a collection facility for dead, diseased, and dying animals. Coincidence? Perhaps, but not likely.
The price is too cheap to be the quality they claim. The product also includes charcoal, which is used to absorb noxious smell and taste components. Furthermore, if you write BRB, their representatives respond with lies and anger to questions that could be answered reasonably and politely. The lies included a bogus USDA license number
No way, no how, will I feed this product.