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Mother and son expand pet-sitting business with home pet food delivery

Susan Salisbury
 |  Special to The Post

Loralyn Shore wanted to expand her pet sitting and dog walking business, Errands by Lori, and decided selling top-quality pet food and supplies would be an ideal fit.

With over 300 million pets in the United States and pet owners spending more than $10 billion a year on pet food, it’s a business that is expected to keep growing, industry experts say. Healthful and nutritious ingredients in pet food have become a massive trend as pet owners seek the best for their “fur babies.”

Due to the COVD-19 pandemic, many pet owners are spending more time than ever with their pets, and like receiving home deliveries of their pets’ needs.

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Tokyo Olympics consultant paid $370,000 to IOC member’s son

TOKYO (Kyodo) — A consulting firm for the Tokyo Olympic bid committee transferred some $370,000 to the son of one-time influential IOC member Lamine Diack and his company before and after the Japanese capital was picked in September 2013 as the host city, documents showed Sunday.

The findings, based on a review of financial documents and further reporting, may help resolve the question of what happened to the money from the consulting firm and shed further light on the allegation that the Tokyo bid committee engaged in vote-buying.

Black Tidings Co., the now-defunct consulting firm based in Singapore, received a total of 230 million yen ($2 million) from the bid committee paid into a bank account in the city-state in July and October 2013. The then chief of the Japanese committee confirmed the payment but denied any wrongdoing.

According to the documents, by January 2014 the Singapore firm had wired

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