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  • April 19, 2011

    Bulletproof Vests Donated to Antioch Police Dogs

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    CBS News San Francisco

  • April 19, 2011

    Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year Northern California Award Semifinalists Announced

    The Big Mouth Blog SAN JOSE, Calif. — Ernst & Young LLP is pleased to announce the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year® Northern California Award semifinalists. This group of outstanding entrepreneurs was selected by an independent judging panel… Read more

    The Big Mouth Blog

  • April 16, 2011

    Tough Police Dog Gets Bulletproof Vest

    Remember that Antioch police dog that was wounded in a shootout last August? Well, now he's getting his own custom-fit bulletproof vest along with three other Antioch Police Department dogs. Thor, a Belgian Malinois, was shot in the shoulder by… Read more

    NBC Bay Area, Mike Anderson

  • April 15, 2011

    A Plea to All Cat Lovers

    Pet Food Express is urging customers and cat-lovers alike to consider fostering, adopting, or even making a donation to one of the thousands of kittens recently born because, chances are, they may be euthanized by summer otherwise. Spring is in… Read more

    Castro Valley Patch, Analisa Harangozo

  • April 11, 2011

    Saving the Kittens

    It’s sad but true. Every spring, thousands of kittens are born in the Bay Area, to feral or neighborhood female cats that have not been spayed. These kittens have a slim chance of survival, especially if they are separated from… Read more

    Walnut Creek Patch, Martha Ross

  • March 29, 2011

    Why I Want to Come Back as a Dog in My Next Life

    If I'm ever reincarnated as a dog, I would want to live in the corporate office of Pet Food Express, in Oakland, California. It also seems like a fun place to work for humans. In my quest to find hidden… Read more

    Fast Company, Simma Lieberman, Expert Blogger

  • 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

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