PINK Is the New MIDDLE FINGER When It Comes "SPARKLE DOG FOOD" Brought To You By #PETFOOLED on #NETFLIX
"Sparkle Dog Food" may be a "new" company by a "housewife" but it's already causing a stir in the pet food industry. "Page 6" has already reported that it's a dog food being called "nausea in a bag." YIKES!
The PINK colored dog food touts the word PREMIUM on the package but all pet owners should know that PREMIUM is a marketing term, not a legal term defined by industry. So when you see the word PREMIUM on the bag, no organization regulates, checks, or curates products using the word PREMIUM. Companies can just say "we feel our product is PREMIUM".
Kameron Westcott may see an opportunity to earn MILLIONS with her private investment industry related husband. Are those MILLIONS attempting to be made by selling unnecessary products to consumers who don't know a thing about proper nutrition for dogs?
"PINK" Isn't Cute When It Comes To ProPer Dog health
Here's the thing Kameron of "Sparkle Dog Food". I'll be real honest with you here. I've heard from people that you were more concerned about the food sparkling than the actual nutrition of the product. Pink is cute for Elle Woods in the movie Legally Blonde. News flash, you're not Elle Woods and this isn't Legally Blonde. It's real life. These are real animals. If you're making a "snack" food, define it as such. If you are marketing your products as "nutrition" while your husband avoids questions like a scared little school girl, market it as "we say nutritious on our website but may tend avoid hard to answer questions."
PINK isn't a food coloring found in a dog's native diet. Neither is processed "chicken meal" and a bunch of other questionable ingredients on your ingredient panel.
Are you starting to catch onto how not cute this situation is?
PINK in your product is more like a middle finger to dog owners and I'll give a few reasons why. Dogs are color blind for one. They don't see the color pink.
You claim on your website that your food has "quality" proteins but just like your claim PREMIUM, no organization regulates, checks, or curates products or ingredients to verify if the protein is "quality" protein or "non quality" protein. That is more like marketing and word trickery since there's no verification.
Anyone who has done any in depth research into dog nutrition knows food coloring in food has nothing to do with health.
The ultimate middle finger move is your husband's inability to speak about the product and the dozens of questions surrounding this product. Why are you so scared Court?
HUSBAND Court WestCott "TOO SCARED" To Chat with Pet Fooled Director Kohl Harrington
I reached out to Court Westcott to personally ask him questions about the products. If you have watched #petfooled on #netflix (it's available worldwide) and if you follow this blog, you will start to notice a pattern. Companies and people who are TRULY proud of their products aren't afraid to speak to me. Companies and people with concerns or questions surrounding their products tend to go into SHUT DOWN MODE because the basic questions of dog and cat health and pet food production are TOO DIFFICULT FOR THEM TO ANSWER! Court Westcott would not talk. What does that tell you?
PATHETIC EXCUSE ABOUT ORGANIC
Look at this excuse listed on the "Sparkle Dog Food" website.
The reality is, it's probably more difficult for Court Westcott and and Kameron Westcott to keep trying to profit MILLIONS off a PINK DOG FOOD with organic ingredients. What does that tell you about the TRUE INTEGRITY of this company?
NOW SIT AND SPIN
Reading the sentences "You will see the results when your companion shimmers with health and vitality. That's the power of pink!"
I'm unaware of food coloring giving animals health and vitality. That sounds like a false claim. This isn't a game. Again, this isn't cute. I'm also unaware of a COLOR of any shade giving a companion health and vitality.
Hopefully Kameron and Court Westcott can take the food coloring and paint a special middle finger PINK. Then, they can proceed to sit and spin on it.