In the Press

  • June 27, 2012

    Canine First Aid Important Training for Law Enforcement Officers

    By Anna Gallegos  Learning to find a pulse and perform chest compressions on their four-legged partners is not exactly standard police training, but it was important to the police officers and sheriff's deputies who practiced those skills Tuesday. The voluntary… Read more

    Oakland Tribune

  • June 27, 2012

    K-9 Emergency Medical Course Teaches Police Officers How To Care For Their Canine Partners

    By: Yirmeyah Beckles Gauze squares, oxygen masks and sponge forceps to remove items lodged in a dog’s throat were laid out on treatment tables and placed in give away kits during the Cover Your K-9 Emergency Medicine Course and Trauma… Read more

  • June 26, 2012

    Police K-9 Training for Law Enforcement Officers

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    KTVU News

  • May 14, 2012

    Strawberry man to expand pet food chain in Mill Valley

    By Will Jason Marin Independent Journal Since 1980, Strawberry resident Michael Levy has grown his retail chain, Pet Food Express, to nearly 600 employees and 42 locations from Carmel to Roseville, northeast of Sacramento. But it took 15 years for… Read more

    Marin Independent Journal

  • May 02, 2012

    East Bay search-and-rescue organization holds pet fundraiser

    By Marta Yamamoto For the Contra Costa Times Posted:   05/02/2012 02:25:59 PM PDT Updated:   05/02/2012 02:39:52 PM PDT On Saturday Bay Area residents will have an opportunity to lend their support to the California Rescue Dog Association, an all-volunteer nonprofit… Read more

    Silicon Valley Mercury News

  • April 24, 2012

    Dog and Cat Cancer Fund Increases Grants

    DURANGO, Colo.–The Dog and Cat Cancer Fund (DCCFund), a non-profit that awards grants directly to pet parents to help make cancer treatment for dogs and cats affordable, is expanding its program. The DCCFund will increase cancer treatment grants to pet… Read more

    Pet Business

  • March 31, 2012

    City Partners With For-Profit Business to Find Homes for Kittens

    'A lot of people, for whatever reason, they won’t go to a shelter.' By REYHAN HARMANCI Spring has sprung — in all its rainy glory in the Bay Area — but animal shelters are steeling themselves for the beginning of… Read more

    The New York Times

  • January 30, 2012

    Retailer Profile: Michael Levy, Pet Food Express, Inc.

    Michael Levy has been ceo of Pet Food Express, Inc. (Oakland, CA) since founding the company in 1986. Previously, he owned Pro-Train, a dog training service, since founding it in 1976; Pro-Train opened its first physical training & retail location… Read more

    Pet & Animal Care Executive

  • January 06, 2012

    Go Raw for Rover

    When Matt Koss’ dog was experiencing kidney failure in the late 1990s, he began giving her a raw food diet. Koss believes this change in food let his dog live an additional six months. “The idea is that through this… Read more

    Eucalyptus Magazine, Alan Lopez

  • January 05, 2012

    Million Dollar Mutt

    Northside San Francisco’s Jasmine Blue has a My Mutt poster at Pet Food Express on California Street Nine years ago, Pet Food Express co-owner Mark Witriol and then-executive director of the East Bay SPCA Gary Templin came up with a… Read more

    Northside San Francisco, Susan Dyer Reynolds

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My Mutt Program

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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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