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Dr. Harvey

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Location: NJ US
Website: http://www.drharveys.com
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Almost 30 years ago, Dr. Harvey Cohen began to have serious doubts about commercial pet foods. As a nutritionist and animal lover, Dr. Harvey, began to lecture to all who would listen about the dangers of chemicals, dyes and preservatives that were being put into pet foods and fed to dogs, cats and birds. At about the same time in, his human practice in New York City, he began to hear from his patients of case after case of cancer, kidney disease, allergies and many other degenerative diseases in their pets. Health Begins in the Kitchen He began to research the reasons for this overwhelming rise of disease in companion animals and came to believe that the foods that we feed our pets are ultimately the key to their good health. Dr. Harvey believes now what he believed then, that "health begins in the kitchen" and that feeding companion animals pet food made from chemical laden and inferior quality ingredients is the number one reason for the rise in degenerative diseases in companion animals. In 1980, very few people were aware of the devastating effects of commercial pet foods, but as awareness grew about the importance of nutrition as related to health and the dangers of chemical additives, dyes and preservatives, more and more people began to listen to Dr. Harvey's message. No Cans-No Kibble- Fresh Food Made Daily Indeed, the pet industry has changed in those 30 years, many companies have jumped on the bandwagon espousing the benefits of natural pet foods, but very few of these companies actually provide a truly natural diet. Dr. Harvey still believes that preparing fresh meals for your companions is absolutely essential to good health. He believes that no matter how good a kibble or canned food may be, it is still a kibbled or canned food and processed in a way that is inferior to a freshly prepared meal.