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Mountain View has all kinds of start-ups and they aren’t always technology. I recently read an article “The 6 Types of Startups” and immediately thought of Paula Bogard, founder of Chomp & Nibble. She loves animals and her passion shows.


Chomp & Nibble is a homemade dog food delivery service. She makes it and delivers it to your door in one day. Paula told me that she did research for years before she started her company. She learned how to make the dog food.....



January 11, 2014, 



Stop by Chomp & Nibble's booth at the uupcoming Pet Expo at the Santa Clara County Fair Grounds.

FDA wants to make pet food safer


By Saundra Young, CNN

updated 12:54 PM EDT, Fri October 25, 2013


October 19, 2013, 10:30-3:00pm


Chomp & Nibble was one of four dog vendors invited to join the Village Green grand dog park opening.  


I made special treats just for this event, which included Scotties (peanut butter, oats, banana, parsley), Schnauzers (blueberries, pumpkin, oats), and German Shephards (apples, carrotts). 


Happy Friday the 13th!


Chomp & Nibble will be at Mountain View's annual pet adoption event.  Join us tomorrow September14th at Park Place Apartments.  


There will be food, fun and furry creatures for you to adopt and love.  


Homemade dog food recipes can be risky business, study finds


July 15, 2013


When it comes to canine cuisine, home cooking may not be all it’s cracked up to be, reports a team of researchers at the University of California, Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine.

In what is thought to be the largest ever nutritional evaluation of recipes for home-prepared dog foods, the researchers found that very few of 200 recipes analyzed provided all of the essential nutrients in amounts adequate for meeting established canine health standards

Findings from the study appear in the June issue of the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association.


PET FOOD RECALL: Eukanuba, Iams brands may contain salmonella

Posted: Aug 18, 2013 6:36 PM PDT; Updated: Aug 18, 2013 7:36 PM PDT

Proctor & Gamble has voluntarily recalled nearly 30 varieties of dog and cat food under the Iams and Eukanuba brands over possible salmonella contamination.

Beyond the risk animals may face if they consume a contaminated product, humans who handle the recalled products could also be sickened if they do not wash their hands thoroughly and clean any surface exposed to it, according to the FDA.




Published on Jun 11, 2013


Soldier's Dog Has An Excited Reunion

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