In the Press

  • March 29, 2011

    Left for Trash, this ‘Valentine’ Will Surely Warm Your Heart

          An Oakland garbage collector, on his rounds last February 14, was approached by a woman asking if the tiny shivering dog cowering in a box could be collected with the household rubbish. He took the two-year-old Maltese… Read more

    Castro Valley Forum, Robert Souaz

  • March 26, 2011

    Two Hundred Cats’ Lives Saved at Adoption Center

    Cat overcrowding continues to be a problem in Walnut Creek, but with the help of Contra Costa Animal Services volunteer Sue Underwood, 200 cats have been saved from being euthanized. The Cat Adoption Center at Pet Food Express, 1388 S. California Blvd., had… Read more

    Walnut Creek Patch

  • March 17, 2011

    Adoptable Pets: Pets need emergency preparation, too

    For those of us who were in 'denial' prior to last week's disaster in Japan, surely we are now reminded and awakened to the possibility of catastrophe. The experts say that similar earthquake occurrences will visit the Bay Area, and… Read more

    The Oakland Tribune, Linda Treml Hallam

  • March 14, 2011

    Hamilton Marketplace Has Improved Life for Many Nearby Residents

    It’s been 2 1/2 years since the grand opening of Hamilton Marketplace, a highly-anticipated shopping center that brought new restaurants, shops and services to southern Novato. With its 18 businesses and welcoming outdoor spaces, the center on Nave Drive has… Read more

    Novato Patch, Erin McGinnis

  • March 07, 2011

    Petpalooza: Providing for all creatures great and small

    Usually, Susan Anderson of Oakland doesn’t care much for dogs. The proud owner of a backyard chicken coop, she’s wary of the canine propensity to chase and eat chickens. But she doesn’t let that stop her from shopping at Concord… Read more

    The Monthly, Mike Rosen-Molina

  • March 04, 2011

    So, You Want A Puppy?: What to think about before you adopt a puppy

    Interested in adopting a puppy? That is great news! Keep in mind that there are many things you will need to prepare for before you bring your new canine companion home. These include purchasing necessary tools to train and play… Read more

    Dublin Patch, Melissa Bonnel

  • February 14, 2011

    NoRooz Luck at the Presidio Height’s New Pet Food Express

    The opening of the pet wash services at Pet Food Express in Presidio Heights is perfect timing for the beginning of the NoRooz. This New Year's Day celebration begins around the first day of spring every year and is celebrated… Read more

    Yahoo! Laurel Heights by Maryam Louise

  • February 13, 2011

    Nikki Hospice Foundation for Pets

    The Nikki Hospice Foundation for Pets is dedicated to the idea that a much loved pet’s  final days needn’t be its worst days.  The group, led by Kathryn Maricchino, PhD., is headquartered in Vallejo but boasts a long tradition of… Read more

    Benicia Patch

  • January 31, 2011

    San Francisco animal control considers adding corporate sponsors

    By Kamala Kelkar Examiner Staff Writer Jan. 29, 2011 San Francisco voters rejected private advertising on street furniture and city buildings by a large margin in 2007. But The City’s animal guardians are so hard-up for cash that they have… Read more

    San Francisco Examiner

  • January 31, 2011

    Training Basics

    By Nell Miller Using a well-developed employee education program to build a knowledgeable store staff is essential to the success of a pet specialty retail business. There are few factors that will have a larger role in determining a pet… Read more

    Pet Business

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Pet Food Express is Honored
Pet Food Express is Honored

Michael Levy and Mark Witriol were honored for their humanitarian efforts which have helped save and improve the lives of tens of thousands of animals throughout California. Read the full story

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