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Retired FBI Agent to Head Animal Abuse Investigations

Retired FBI Agent to Head Animal Abuse Investigations

Infamous Undercover Agent Who Took Down the Gambino Organized Crime Family Takes on Animal Cruelty

Guardians of Rescue has a reputation for helping animals, as well as veterans. But they are about to become even more effective when it comes to bringing animal abusers to justice. The animal rescue organization announces that they brought on Joaquin “Jack” Garcia, a former FBI agent, to head up the unit that investigates reports of animal cruelty.

"Bringing Jack Garcia on board is great news for us, and bad news for those who abuse animals,” says Robert Misseri, founder and president of Guardians of Rescue. “Jack is the best there is at investigating such things and will get to the bottom of complicated animal abuse cases. This is one more giant step in helping the animals.”

Celebrities and the U.S. Government Come Together on World Environment Day

Celebrities and the U.S. Government Come Together on World Environment Day

Celebrities and the U.S. Government Come Together on World Environment Day to Support Combating Wildlife Trafficking

5 Things to You Need to Know about Wildlife Trafficking and How to Address the Problem

Katie Cleary’s Award-Winning Documentary “Give Me Shelter” Premieres On Netflix May 15th, 2015

Katie Cleary’s Award-Winning Documentary “Give Me Shelter” Premieres On Netflix May 15th, 2015

After 3 dedicated years, and a lifetime of advocating for animal welfare, Actress and Producer Katie Cleary, has released the powerful award-winning documentary titled, “Give Me Shelter” which premiers on Netflix May 15th. “Give Me Shelter” is a film to raise awareness for some of the most important animal welfare issues world-wide. It also shines a light on the people who dedicate their lives every day to rescue, rehabilitate or care for these animals while being a voice for the voiceless. The film stars Oscar Winner Ric O’Barry best know for his work on “The Cove”, Actress Tippi Hedren, Alison Eastwood, Esai Morales, Michael Vartan, Robert Davi and many more animal advocates lending their name to the cause.

Animal Rescue Groups Seek Help in Bringing Soldiers’ Dogs Home to America

Animal Rescue Groups Seek Help in Bringing Soldiers’ Dogs Home to America

Most people are aware that we have soldiers overseas in Afghanistan. But what most are not usually aware of is that many times they become attached to dogs that they find roaming in the area. For some, it’s the bond they create with those new pets that keep them feeling happy and hopeful. Yet when their tour of duty is over and it’s time to go back home to the U.S., they find themselves having to break that bond and leave the dog behind. Guardians of Rescue, an international animal rescue organization, works to change that by reuniting soldiers with the dogs they had to leave behind.

Tips to Help a Finicky Cat Start Loving Food

Tips to Help a Finicky Cat Start Loving Food

It’s estimated that there are between 74-90 million pet cats in the United States. One common issue that many cat owners have is that their pet is finicky or picky when it comes to food, almost to the point that they would rather not eat at all. The good news is there are some things people can do to help get their furry feline to overcome being a finicky eater.

“Cats are kind of like kids when it comes time to eat,” explains Will Post, founder and CEO, Hound & Gatos Pet Foods Corporation. “There are things they will eat and things they won’t, and they are not shy about letting you know either way. Many people find it difficult to find a food their cat will actually eat on a regular basis, but it doesn’t have to be like that.”

There are reasons why some pets may be more finicky than others, but a lot of it has to do with what they are being offered, and how it’s being offered to them. Here are some tips for helping a finicky cat start loving their food:

Tips for Avoiding Pet Food Risks

Tips for Avoiding Pet Food Risks

For pet owners, the hundreds of pet food recalls taking place each year has raised a lot of alarm. Concerned, many people are unsure what they can do to help protect their pets and avoid purchasing pet food that may come with risks of recalls, or worse, as some products make the pets sick or even lead to death. The good news is that despite all of the pet food recall headlines that hit the news each month, there are things people can do to help ensure they are providing their pets with a safer food option.


”Most people are caring pet owners, and they want to do what helps protect their pet,” explains Will Post, founder and CEO, Hound & Gatos Pet Foods Corporation. “Yet the problem is that most are not sure what that means and how to go about it. The more they learn about pet food, the better able they will be able to make an informed decision that will keep their pet healthier and safer.”

Hound and Gatos Pet Foods Announces Trout is the Number One Protein Choice

Hound and Gatos Pet Foods Announces Trout is the Number One Protein Choice

According to PetMD, inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is one of the most common causes of vomiting and chronic diarrhea in dogs and cats. If your beloved pet is suffering from IBD, the best medicine is a healthy diet aimed to be gentle on your pet’s stomach. Hound & Gatos Pet Foods Company provides a unique trout-flavored dog and cat food, which is the number one protein choice, specially designed to help pets with allergies and stomach issues, such as IBD.

“Many dogs and cats suffer from stomach issues, whether genetically inherited or a direct result of a poor dog food laced with artificial flavoring and unhealthy corn or wheat products,” affirms Will Post, president of Hound and Gatos Pet Foods Company. “Our trout-flavored dog and cat food is aimed at helping dogs and cats that suffer from a delicate stomach or food allergies.”

When choosing your pet food, think about this---trout-flavored pet food comes with a host of advantages, including: