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The Importance of Canine Nutrition with Scout & Zoe's Cindy Dunston Quirk

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After gaining her marketing degree at Georgia State University, Cindy moved into corporation management. In 2009, instinct told her it was time for change. With her skill set, she knew she had the capacity to achieve something meaningful, and to make a difference doing something she truly loved.  But who and what?

The answer was lying at the foot of the bed.

Zoe, her then 10-year-old German Shepherd had allergies to bovine products of any kind. Following a hunch, Cindy discovered naturally shed elk antlers.  Not only were they tolerable for dogs like Zoe, they were actually a much healthier alternative. Cindy founded her own company in 2010 and named it after her beloved pets, Scout & Zoe.

Scout & Zoe's Natural Antler Dog Chews and Treats are available at 2000 store globally. Her products have been well-received and have earned stellar reviews from prestigious news outlets nationally.

It's a dog's life, and Cindy wouldn't have it any other way. 

6 Questions:

1)Why animal nutrition? What was the tipping point that made you realize this was an area that needed attention?

2)Are there any trends the industry is following regarding nutrition?

3)What makes Scout & Zoe's treats such a great alternative to products already on the market today? What is your secret sauce?

4)If most of the foods and treats available on the market today are so bad for our furry pals, why do large, well-known companies keep producing these products?

5)What can a pet parent do to help improve their dog's diet if they are on a budget?

6)What plans do you have for the future with regards to Scout & Zoe's? 

For more information visit http://www.scoutandzoes.com

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