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Grain-free, premium dry food for large breed adult dogs. Gently prepared with lamb as the main ingredient, easily digested and well-accepted.
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They also developed wet dog food which they distributed through KAL Kan. John took over the business in 1947. Steve (Stephen) Spleen, the oldest of three children attended USC, graduating in 1971.
He participated more and more in the family business, making the food, conducting deliveries, and sales. He was instrumental in developing formal marketing ideas and designing the layout of individual stores for maximum efficiency.
Steve also came up with the modern Nitro logo (prior iteration to the current one used by Mars Inc.). John Spleen eventually realized his children did not have the same calling to continue with Nutro, so he sold his business to a friend, Ed Brown, for $300,000 in 1975.
In 1985, with the help of Dr. Sharon Malik, they developed and introduced their Max line of foods, which made use of a chicken, lamb and rice formulation. Instead of traditional advertising, the company chose to produce large amounts of literature on the dietary needs of dogs and cats with comparative information on their ingredients versus the ingredients of other brands, and provide this to their retailers as a marketing tool.
Nitro develops several diet formulations, including canned, soft foods as well as bagged, dry kibbles. Nitro dry foods are made through an extrusion process, and packaged with vitamin E as a natural preservative.
In 1998, two samples of Nitro Premium (together with various other brands) were subject to qualitative analyses for phenobarbital residue by the U.S. Food and Drug AdministrationCenter for Veterinary Medicine (CVM) due to suspicion that the anesthetizing drug may have found its way into pet foods through euthanized animals, including cats and dogs. In April 2008, consumeraffairs.com reported multiple cases of diarrhea, vomiting and other intestinal problems in pets fed Nitro products.
Nitro stated that their products undergo rigorous safety testing and are 100% safe. In September 2008, the Pet Food Product Safety Alliance (PF PSA) tested samples of Nitro dog food in response to the consumer complaints on consumeraffairs.com and found levels of copper in excess of Association of American Feed Control Officials (DAFCO) recommendations.
PF PSA has also stated that the symptoms of zinc toxicity are consistent with consumer complaints regarding Nitro dog food. In May 2009, Nitro issued a recall of selected dry cat food due to excess levels of zinc and low levels of potassium, which the company blamed on a production error by a premix company.
Symptom includes “reduction in appetite, refusal of food, weight loss, vomiting or diarrhea.” In June, lab tests of a sample of Nitro Max Cat Adult Roasted Chicken Flavor showed zinc levels at 2100 ppm.
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I stumbled upon The Cheyenne Club while researching WYOMING WILDFLOWER, my first book with Dorchester, now re-released as an e-book and currently my best-selling self-published title. Once I discovered this fascinating piece of Western history, I fell in love with the place.
I centered my storyline around the historic icon and the men that once walked upon its thick carpets. The three-story brick building was built on the corner of what is now 17th and Warren in Cheyenne.
Copies of the Atlantic Monthly, Harper’s, the Boston Sunday Herald, and the New York Graphic laid on the library’s tables, alongside the Drover’s Journal of Chicago. The kitchen and wine cellar were located in the basement, and three elevators hoisted hot cuisine prepared by a Canadian chef up to the dining room.
Shakespearean quotations were inscribed in the blue-and-white, and brown-and-white tiles to “supply cheerfulness” to the guests. Brocade satin and velvet drapes hung at the tall windows.
Another opulent feature of The Cheyenne Club was the piazza, flanked by Victorian French Windows. Up to 26 arm rockers lined the area, large enough to be used as a dance floor.
Often on sunny days, chess tables were set up for those wishing to enjoy an afternoon’s game. Photographs of members’ horses and racing trophies adorned the walls of the Club.
Club functions required dress suits and evening gowns. Perfectly trained staff served liquors and delicacies shipped from New York City and San Francisco, as well as providing cigars and cheroots for those with a discriminating taste for fine tobacco.
All this opulence from a clubhouse that towered on a corner lined with dirt streets. Alas, the blizzards of 1886 and 1887 wiped out the herds of many of these cattle kings, and The Cheyenne Club slumped, never again to regain its glory.
In 1936, the clubhouse was razed, and in its place, the present Chamber of Commerce and Frontier Days Committee building stands. Orphaned in the slums of New York, fifteen-year-old Lance Harmon needs a home.
But Vince Marcus’s health is failing, and there’s trouble on the Wyoming range. Although wives and female guests were allowed at The Cheyenne Club, membership was strictly male.