When Sally Beauty Supply, a pet food company based in St. Louis, Missouri, discovered a problem with its product, it called a pest control company to help.

In the company’s marketing materials, the company promised to spray its cats with a pesticide that would kill any pests that get in the way of their food supply.

But the company didn’t offer any information about the chemical’s provenance, and it never mentioned how long it would last.

Instead, the ads described it as a “natural and safe” pesticide.

After the company received an email from the pest control firm, Sally Beauty went to the Consumer Product Safety Commission and filed a formal complaint.

Sally Beauty is one of many pet food companies that have come under fire recently for products that contain pesticide residue.

The pesticide residue was found to be an ingredient in two pet food brands sold by Whole Foods Market, which are both owned by Mars.

The products, which include products sold by Nestle, PetSmart, and Whole Foods, are manufactured by the pet food industry-owned Syngenta, which also produces pesticides for pet food.

Pet food companies have long faced questions about the safety of their ingredients and the ingredients in their products.

The problem with pet food ingredients is that they are made by different companies, and sometimes the ingredients that are used in pet food products aren’t completely consistent.

The result is that the ingredients can contain pesticide residues that have been found to have a detrimental effect on humans, animals, and the environment.

In fact, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Center for Food Safety found that the levels of pesticides in pet foods are often higher than those found in conventional pet food, and that some of the pesticides are so high that it could be a health risk.

The Food and Drug Administration is currently reviewing PetSmart’s PetSmart Pet Pest Control Kit to determine whether to regulate the company.

The PetSmart products do contain some ingredients that could cause cancer or other health problems, and many consumers are concerned about the chemicals.

“We have a lot of pet food out there that’s very good and that people are going to put in their mouths,” said Amy T. Ochsner, senior director of regulatory affairs for the Humane Society of the United States.

“And I think people are concerned.”

While PetSmart has not provided a full list of ingredients in its products, it did say in a statement that “all of our products contain natural ingredients that have not been tested for safety.”

While the pesticide in PetSmart pet food is not approved for human consumption, the manufacturer has said that it “will take steps to mitigate the risk to consumers.”

In response to questions about PetSmart and its products this week, Pet Food Alliance, a trade group that represents the pet industry, said in a letter that it believes that the PetSmart product is safe and that “PetSmart is not a pet foods manufacturer.”

The Pet Food Association said it plans to work with PetSmart to find a way to limit exposure to the pesticide.

“In light of PetSmarts continued failures to disclose the safety and effectiveness of its pet food ingredient, PetFood Alliance is concerned that the safety or effectiveness of PetFood’s products is in doubt,” the group said in the letter.