I have always thought that Purina was one of the best possible brands that dog food owners could buy. This brand has changed a lot over time, but I feel like it has changed for the better. There are so many pets that benefit from this dog food. My dog is one of the many, and pet owners are going to truly be thrilled when they read about Purina Pet Care dog food.
I will say that I have never truly been that thrilled about learning about dog food. It has changed a lot over the years, but I truly never paid that much attention to it. When my dog got sick I begin to wonder if it has anything to do with her eating habits. I found that this plays a very special part in the overall health of my dog. It was through Purina that I would get my dog much better meals that she would consume easily. This made all the difference in the world.
There are a lot of people that may be ignorant to the dog food brands of today, but I have been through the trial and error. I have been the one that searched for the right type of dog food when my dog got sick. This is why I know about the lower quality brands that don’t work and the higher quality brands like Purina that are perfect for dog food owners. I certainly have been able to become a fan of this dog food because there are so many different types without the dry and wet pet foods that are on the market today.
Purina is an excellent brand of dog food, and I appreciate all that this brand has done for new dog owners. Purina, without a doubt, is the brand to beat. This has become one of the most valuable dog foods on the market, and it all comes with the brand loyalty that has been established with this brand. I have seen some other dog foods fizzle out, but Purina Beneful has stood the task of time. I am thrilled about how this brand has expanded over the years. There are dog food treats and there are also plethora of interesting dog food meals that have hit the market. I haven’t had a dog very long, but I feel like I have been providing my dog with the best possible dog food on the market. I certainly have been able to waste less. There was a time when my dogs would not eat all of there food. I believed that they didn’t really like it. They would eat it, but I don’t think they were thrilled about it. My dogs are excited about Purina though. There is no dog food wasted; that makes Purina the Beneful dog food brand that pets should consider.
I believe that the brand is idea for big dogs. I have dry food choices. There are also dog treats that my dogs have become accustomed to.
Frans Schoeman is a dedicated and accomplished professional. He is the director of Phatsima Diamond Corporation and first earned his education in 1993 at the University of the Free State/Universiteit van die Vrystaat in South Africa. He is an accomplished lawyer and a bilingual professional. While completing his studies, he was and still is a member of the Student Legal Society. In 2003, he was admitted to practice in the High Courts of RSA. For over two decades, Mr. Schoeman has represented and supported individuals and organizations. He is also a steadfast and devoted director of Phatsima Diamonds for over ten years where he oversees the running of a mining concession in Angola. His work and accomplishments promote a strong work ethic that never turns away from being anything but ethical, skilled, knowledgeable, and compassionate. A side from his other duties, Mr. Schoeman is also a current legal director for TG Minister Consulting where he advises and oversees complex litigation, contracts, and acquisitions. Mr. Schoeman of CMT-Artists is highly motivated and his areas of practice are spread across the research field. He has experience and expertise in: Administrative Law, Banking Law and Finance, Labour Law, Competition Law, Insurance Law, Constitutional Law, Intellectual Property, Corporate and Commercial Law, Civil and Criminal Law, Medical Law, Mining Energy and natural resources, Environmental Law, Insolvency, Business Recovery, Commercial Litigation and Drafting of Commercial Agreements, Estates and Trusts, Property Transfers, Forensic Investigations, Liquor License applications, Corporate Due Diligence, and Family Law, Divorce, and Maintenance. He has acquired his proficiency from his days as a student as well as his twenty-five year career as a lawyer. His experience spans many different areas of expertise. Aside from his career in the working world, Mr. Schoeman has performed pro bono/charity work while an attorney at Joubert Schoeman Attorneys for non-profit organizations and the needy. As an attorney, this lawyer practices a motto of “Bigger is not necessary better”. This philosophy speaks more than words. Meaning that you do not always need the biggest and most expensive representation. It is the quality that matters, not how expensive or how physically large something is. The eminence or the reputation along with the excellence is what matters. Mr. Schoeman concentrates on the quality of his work and holds that in the highest regards throughout his endeavors. While Mr. Schoeman is a highly accomplished professional, that is not all to him. His passions and interests include the environment, human rights, education and children. He has a continuing interest in the South African culture and the arts. He does not dismiss the environment around him; he recognizes the natural beauty and wants to preserve it. Along the same lines, Mr. Schoeman promotes human rights and will stand up to protect those rights.
“Just do it.” This is what most would predict Susan McGalla would give as the best advice to women or anyone who is aspiring to rise to the top in business. She makes no bones about being assertive and fearless when it comes to expressing her ‘good ideas.’ This is the advice her parents gave her at an early age. She was encouraged work hard to have no hesitation to express her best objectives to whomever was in an audience that she would address.
Being a female at anything never filters into her thoughts when she performs her occupation. She learned that despite the fact that there could be gender bias surrounding her in the work place, it did not matter. Susan J. McGalla worked her way up several ladders, basically ignoring any gender issues on wikinvest.com. What she did was simply a great job that was far better than anyone else working with her. So, it was a ‘no brainer’ to promote her and not another employee. There was no need to spend precious company funds head hunting for a leader and a CEO as she was perfect for the role.
Pittsburgh found in McGalla a hard working, positive, sports enthusiast and expert at merchandising. Soon after she earned her Bachelor of Arts in business, she began working in marketing. Joseph Horne Company took her in by way of her contagious enthusiasm. The next step in her rocket ship launch of a career was the company where she ascended to the top, American Eagle Outfitters. This is where her work filled a dual role because she had such a great command of merchandising skills. They also needed her for her powerful performance level for the company as a strong leader. McGalla spent time as chief merchandising officer and then was elected to be President.
This ride went well and came back down to land on earth in January of 2009. At this point she was ready for offering her direction and expertise to others who wanted to reach for the stars. She found a new role as private consultant of retails and financial investment managers, which is the same occupation that her husband Stephen McGalla hails from in the financial investment management arena. New opportunities kept knocking as she was appointed to the Board of Directors of HFF, Inc. in the fall of 2009. She took on yet another leadership role as CEO of Wet Seal, Incorporated in January 2011. After only one year, things changed again. By new year of 2012, McGalla founded her own firm, P3 Executive Consulting where she is now the current Director of Strategic Planning for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Having been born of a family of sportsmen and women, with father and brothers involved in coaching and playing football, this seemed to be where she felt the most comfortable. She does still wear many hats as she is currently on the board of advisers of her alma mater, Mount Union College, the place that awarded her with her degree in business and marketing.