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Pet Food Documentary With Drs. Elizabeth Hodgkins & Marion Smart Finally Airing in US!
In January of 2008 a Documentary called "A Dog's Breakfast" first aired on CBC in Canada. This was only being shared via Internet here in the U.S.
Now, after three YEARS (Times listed Eastern Standard):
"Pet Food: A Dog's Breakfast" will premiere on Thursday, February 10th at 10pm and will repeat that evening at 1am.
The documentary will also repeat on Sunday, February 13th at 10pm
If you hadn't seen it via Internet back then, I hope all Catsters can watch Dr. Hodgkins and Professor Smart not only setting things straight, but (literally) backing up their every word. ;c;
It concerns me that things may be edited out as this network seems to be wording things as though it is theirs.
This documentary was made on the heels of the 2007 pet food recalls by YAP Films and apparently nobody in the US would touch it. Not even Public television, which was also approached! :-k:-O:-#;
(Dr. Hodgkins was a higher-up for both Hill's and Purina earlier in her career; has the patent on d/m wet food but has since discovered the protocol for getting diabetic cats into remission (and prevent it altogether!)and recommends better foods.)