Upstart Pet Skin Care Company Launches Website

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Pet food recalls have drawn the attention of many pet owners in the last few years, particularly since these recalls were the result of thousands of pet deaths. Taking a look at what is missing in pet nutrition and health, Pet Skin Doctor exists to help ensure dogs, cats and ferrets have everything they need to live a healthy life.

Feeding unnatural foods is one big, constantly ongoing, chemical experiment with our animals' health.

For anybody who will take the time to research the health benefits of commercial dog food, they would be hard pressed to find any with more positive aspects than negative aspects.

According to the consumer advocate website RawDogFood.com.au, "Feeding unnatural foods is one big, constantly ongoing, chemical experiment with our animals' health." Animal lover and entrepreneurs Dave and Joanne Long are apt to agree with that statement.

"During the last three years, we have been specifically concerned about the increasing exposure that carnivore pets - such as dogs, cats and ferrets - have been receiving, due to commercial pet food manufacturers reducing the quality of contents and incorporating untested and harmful chemicals from abroad," said Dave Long.

The Longs started Pet Skin Doctor in March 2008 and have recently launched its official website, http://www.PetSkinDoctor.com.

Seeing the harm that commercial pet food is causing to home pets, the Longs and the various products available through Pet Skin Doctor are meant to counteract the harmful nature of the commercially viable products.

"Our Essential Needs Food Supplement is the perfect way to combat internal health issues," said Long. "And the Essential Needs Skin Therapy aids in the elimination of coat and skin problems."

For people who typically purchase commercial pet foods, the Pet Skin Doctor supplements are applied on top of the food, like a dressing, and the overall cost actually saves the consumer money in the long run, particularly when pets suffer from numerous visits to the vet.

"Depending on the quantity of Pet Skin Doctor Food Supplement used, these supplements really cost no more than $.10-$.40 a day," said Long.

Even more helpful is the blog that is a part of their website. Containing new and up-to-date information about the health issues affecting dogs, cats, ferrets and horses, http://www.PetSkinDoctorBlog.com will help pet owners keep tabs on all the current news and how their Pet Skin Doctor products will help.

As the company begins to offer a healthier way for pets to live, Long has big plans for the future.

"We will have a new line of pet food that is high in essential fatty acids and needed minerals, as well as some ingestible vitamins, which is aimed specifically at carnivore pet health issues and dietary needs," he said.

"The line will continue to expand with coat/hair care products, and a line of lighted collars and leashes that will ensure that owners can walk their pets safely in the evening."

Pet Skin Doctor also has a nationally televised informational program planned that will detail the benefits of their products.

While many companies exist to solely make money, Pet Skin Doctor is out there with products that will benefit the overall health of pets everywhere. For people who care about animals with an infinite amount of love, the existence of this company and site couldn't be anymore welcomed.

About the Company:
Pet Skin Doctor, LLC. is owned and operated by Dave and Joanne Long. The company has worked with the American Kennel Club and various dog breed rescues by offering free supplement and skin therapy products.

Contact Information:
David Long
http://www.PetSkinDoctor.com
(570)204-6259

Donna Ansley
http://www.PetSkinDoctor.com
(877) 603-9163

iePlexus, Inc.
http://www.iePlexus.com

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