Anthony Bennie, Founder and Chief Nutritionist of Clear Conscience Pet sat down with Susan Herbert, lone star “Dog Whisperer” and Mark German, America’s canine expert to discuss the important things that consumers need to look for when buying pet foo...
Welcome to Clear Conscience PetAnthony Bennie, founder of Clear Conscience Pet, and advocate of pet nutrition, welcomes you to Clear Conscience Pet website. Here you can find everything you need on the award-winning line of Clear Conscience Pet foods, along with relevant news from pet food experts. Make sure to also join our community of like-minded concerned pet guardians by joining our community facebook page and following us on twitter.
By Anthony Bennie, Founder and Chief Nutrition Officer, Clear Conscience Pet® LLC As an animal nutritionist and the founder of a company that develops naturally healthy treats such as our new Sliders® Holistic dog snacks and SuperGravy® food enhancing toppers, I face hundreds of choices and questions in the process of inventing and formulating new
We are honored to be a part of a major new book release benefitting disabled veterans, rescue animals, and Service Dogs. It’s called “In Dogs We Trust” and Anthony was asked to be a contributing writer for the book based on a previous story he published about his family’s adopted Potcake dog, Taylor Bay. “In
9/27/2013 – Anthony Bennie, Founder of Clear Conscience Pet. You’ve been learning as much as you can about better nutrition for your dog. But commercial pet food manufacturers can be good at obscuring the truth about their products. Here are the top 10 secrets they don’t want you to know. Savvy dog folks are educating
Questions and Answers
28 days ago
Q: “I have been giving my furry boy bravo’s salmon, lobster, cod. I noticed that you don’t carry fish treats. Are you concerned about mercury? Should I not give him the bravo’s seafood treats?” A: Thanks for writing and for your continued support. The answer to your question is that it’s a matter of personal
31 days ago
Q: “There have been so many recalls about meat jerky. Mostly they came from China. I recently read an article from Dogster saying all meat jerkies are bad including US meats. It said due to the process of making the jerky and not the source of the meat itself. I trust your products, and I