Ben & Jerry's is the latest food company to turn to pets, and sees an opportunity as more Americans acquire furry friends. On Monday, the venerable Vermont ice cream company said it is launching a new line of dog treats for dogs and cats in partnership with veterinarian Dr. Michael Bumps of Newburyport, Mass. The company has consulted with veterinarians, regulatory advisers and others to ensure the treats are safe and easily digestible, said Bump, who is also a certified veterinarian. He said the company was seeing exponential growth in pet spending and had begun developing its dog treats early last year.
Bilders also interviewed Ben & Jerry's senior vice president and chief marketing officer Michael Bump, Jr., and Bumps.
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Jeffrey R. was born on November 8, 1937 in Whitton, Arkansas and spent most of his childhood in Dyess, Arkansas. He grew up in Norwood, Massachusetts, but spent some childhood at the Cape where his mother grew up.
He then earned a bachelor's degree from Wesleyan University and spent many summers as a veterinarian at Hyannis Animal Hospital. He graduated and continued his academic career from 2000 to 2003 as an assistant professor in the Department of Veterinary Medicine at Worcester State University in Worcester, Massachusetts. He then went to Cornell University, where he received his bachelor's degree in animal science in 2004 and has since continued his academic career in veterinary medicine.
Dr. Stancil earned his PhD in veterinary medicine and continued his academic career at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Dr Crawford started at Riverside Veterinary Clinic in 1988 and returned to his hometown of Haverhill to practice after graduating. He received his Bachelor's degree in Animal Science from Worcester Polytechnic and his PhD in Veterinary Medicine from Worcester State University in Worcester.
Dr Stancil worked in general practice at Riverside Veterinary Clinic for seven years before joining the Hyannis Animal Hospital team in September 2015. During his stay, he kept in touch with Dr. Crawford and the rest of the Newburyport Veterinary Medicine team.
After graduating as a veterinarian from the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Zelman returned home to Cape Cod to rejoin the team at Hyannis Animal Hospital. After his internship, he is a senior physician and teaches interns at Newburyport Veterinary Medicine, having completed a DVM in 2000 from the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Lloyd Seaboyer completed a rotating internship at North Carolina State University Veterinary Medical Center.
He then earned a degree in Social Work and Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and in 2002 completed an internship at Newburyport Veterinary Medical Center and a DVM at Hyannis Animal Hospital. After moving to Cape Cod, Dr. Smith spent two years as an assistant professor of veterinary medicine at Boston University School of Veterinary Medicine and then one year as an assistant professor of veterinary medicine at New Hampshire University.
Dr Pope met her husband Spencer, who is also an avid animal lover and outdoor enthusiast and a member of the Newburyport Humane Society.
When she is not in the clinic, she likes to tend her garden, ride and care for her two horses, play with her three dogs and two cats and watch chickens and quails. In her spare time Dr. Gilman likes to show jumping horses in the arena, explore the cape and live the music. When she is not in the house, he likes to spend time with his family, his dog Penelope and his cat Priscilla. When he's not working, Dr. Zelman is enjoying the opportunity to spend time at his home in Newburyport, Massachusetts, where he shares his love of horses and animals.
Dr. Lagasse has been involved in all aspects of veterinary medicine and surgery for over thirty years. After caring for animals in her home town of Salem for the past eleven years, she is keen to build a relationship with the community in which she lives and works. She has recently completed her Fear-Free Certification and looks forward to using her new knowledge in the lives of her clients and patients in Newburyport, Massachusetts. I particularly enjoy the opportunity to build relationships with my clients "patients and to work with them in their daily lives.