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Letter #105

I wrote to you once before when we were first introduced to Freshpet at a street fair where we received a free sample of a tube of fresh dog food. It changed Connor's life -- and ours -- because our Connor was so picky he'd go on hunger strike for days until we began adding Freshpet to his kibble. You even featured Connor on your Facebook page. SO, imagine my elation when your Fresh Baked product hit out Target shelves! Connor is now a 100% Freshpet dog! We've also discovered the tubs of "stew" at Target. Connor eagerly eats his kibble mixed with some of the stew or some of the sliced tube food and usually begs for more! Freshpet changed Connor from a little boy who didn't eat to someone who might have to watch his weight if we didn't tel him "enough is enough" every day! Thank you for making what must be very tasty dog food, and for pairing up with Target where the prices are extremely reasonable and competitive for this premium pet food!

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