Monday, February 28, 2011

Evermore and The Best Dog Food Diet

Would you eat your dog's food? Really?
Two Brooklyn NY women, Hanna Mandelbaum and Alison Wiener (pictured), are more than willing. Not only that, but for a whole month!

The two creators of Evermore Pet Food want to prove that their product is made with integrity. In a recent press release, Hanna states, "Every ingredient is fit for human consumption." The pet food is made of beef or chicken, including livers and hearts, as well as herbs, spices grains, vegetables and fruits. Alison, a personal chef, promises pet owners home-cooked meals from whole-food, healthy ingredients.

Starting March 1st, the two women committed to eating at least one meal a day of Evermore dog food for the entire month. Personally, I love this idea. These are two women who not only stand behind their product...they eat it up.

"Hopefully we will have shiner coats, more energy, and lose excess weight," says Hanna.

Click to find out more about Evermore Pet Food.

23 comments:

  1. Sure looks like some good dog food to me! Mom makes mine also and has for years. Love Billy

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  2. Very interesting! I'd wait and see how these two beauties turn out/look a month later then I'll decide whether I want to give it a go :)

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  3. Well now, if they are this confident, how can a dog owner not be? This is the best testimonial, doggone it!

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  4. Very interesting! Good for them!
    I always like to see the words "human grade" on dog food! All food should be:)

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  6. What a great marketing idea. It's one thing to write about the tasty nutritious food but quite another to eat it.

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  7. I agree, that sure says a lot!!!

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  8. What an interesting post. This must be some pretty healthy an good tasting dog food.

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  9. You thinks them ladies will turn into doggies?

    Puddles

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  10. I was over at the FiveSibes blog and saw the very cool bumper sticker that Gibson and his stuffy were showing off, and FiveSibes wrote they won it from you! Love that bumper sticker! And they said we should stop by to say "hi!" (or "woof!") - so nice to meet you! You have a great blog!

    Suka

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  11. That's pretty cool! I know that I chose Lucy's dog food because it was rated for human consumption.

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  12. Thats a good way of standing behind their product! Our Mama says she wouldn't like the part about eating livers and hearts... although its healthy, it sounds gross to most humans!

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  13. hihi miss peggy 'n miss kelly!

    thankies super duper much for comin' by to visit me 'n asa the other day! we love makin' new friendz! :)
    now let's woof about these totally delish soundin' foodables...i'm wonderin' if those ladies would like some doggies to join them in eatin' their food everyday for a month? cuz i'd be so in! teeheehee.

    *woof*
    the booker man

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  14. Wow GREAT way to market and stand behind their product. Best of luck!!!

    Love Petsimply.com

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  15. I am almost embarrassed to admit how often the dogs and I share the same meal! Add a little seasoning and our home-cooked dog food is tasty for the whole family. BOL! I am totally impressed by the Evermore ladies and I'm off to check out their products.

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  16. shawnellewrites.blogspot.comFebruary 28, 2011 at 10:24 PM

    Interesting!

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  17. Good for them! They obviously have a lot of conviction in their product. I feed my dogs another product that is made with all human-grade ingredients. I haven't eaten any yet, but it does give me comfort that I could if the refrigerator were empty. :-)

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  18. I'm sending them my kids. Goodness knows they won't eat anything I make.

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  19. So bizarre. I mean, good on them for believing in their product but... I don't think I'll be giving this diet a go anytime soon.

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  20. My husband was devastated after his dog passed away. We love our dog so much that we got an oil portrait canvas made from one his photos.Photo to painting

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  21. These are two women click here button who not only stand behind their product...they eat it up.

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  22. Amazing!. :) well i think it is not bad if some of us try this one if it is really effective to our body, and another thing is that, they already testify that this dog food they made is also for human.

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