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Jake Gyllenhaal Grabs Some Organix Dog Food

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Where would you be without us rounding out your morning with spy shots of Jake Gyllenhaal picking up some “C&P’s Organix Canine Adult Formula Dry Dog Food” from a pet store? The actor hit up a PetCo in the Brentwood section of Los Angeles yesterday. Nice to see Jake feeding his pets green!

For those of you still interested, Organix Dry Dog Food is made with “Certified Organic Chicken as the #1 Ingredient in both the Canine and Feline Formulas that meets the USDA organic labeling regulations. With over 70% organic ingredients and a high meat content, you can be assured that your pet is benefiting from an outstanding diet that’s highly palatable and highly digestible. No pesticides, no growth hormones, no synthetic fertilizers, no antibiotics, no bioengineering, no by-products – all are true of our organic ingredients.”

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