The law of economics is to buy ingredients at the lowest price to increase your profit margin. Remember the tainted grain from China that contained rat poison and ended up in U. S. pet food? That food killed thousands of innocent pets? Some companies still purchase their ingredients from China."Petsumer Report Pet Food Ratings and Reviews" contains easy comparisons on over 1,600 dog foods, cat foods, and pet treats.
Many common pet food ingredients are known to be linked to cancer and other serious diseases. While the U. S. FDA (Food and Drug Administration) regulates the ingredients for human consumption, the ingredients for pet foods are not enforced. For pets; diseased, euthanized and drugged animals are allowed to be slaughtered for pet food. Where is your dog food coming from?
Petsumer Report Pet Food Ratings and Reviews tells you which dog food manufacturers use all U. S. ingredients and which use global imports. Some Pet Food Manufacturers bother to obtain APHIS EU Certification (Animal Plant Health Inspection Services European Union). This certification requires that meat ingredients are USDA human grade. Petsumer lists those companies that bother to acquire this certification.
BPA (Bisphenol A) is an organic compound used to make polycarbonate plastic and epoxy resins BPA is made from known carcinogens and banned for use in baby bottles in Canada. The U. S. FDA is concerned about its exposure to fetuses and infants (Wikipedia.com). However it is still used to line the insides of some pet food containers.
"Petsumer Report Pet Food Ratings and Reviews" tells you who buys what from who and what is used in the containers and dog food you purchase. What are you feeding your companion or best friend?
Many major dog food companies are not telling you what is in their product. Would you feed your best friend "Dried Chicken Feet"? I hope not. Not on purpose anyway. The ingredients are labeled in marketing terms. Have you ever wondered what by-products are?
The food you are feeding your dog may have little or no nutritional value. Just because the package shows a choice cut of prime rib does not mean there is choice anything inside. Gourmet labeled products may be worse than the cheap brands. The only difference is the higher price. The manufacturer's team of marketing experts and lawyers know how to get around wording and how to exaggerate the quality of their ingredients.
You can maximize the life span of your best friend, increase their energy and improve their quality of life by feeding them healthy food and treats. You can save hundreds to thousands of dollars by feeding your pet the proper foods. You can also feel better about yourself knowing your friend is getting the best there is.
Solve the Dog Food Puzzle tells you how loose regulations in the pet food industry allow manufacturers to use low quality fillers and chemicals. Donít be fooled by marketing. Be an informed buyer. Find out who is telling the truth and what you are really paying for.
Dog Food and Dog Treat manufacturers add ingredients to their products to extend their product's shelf life. Do you know how old the treats you give your dog are? On top of that there are manufacturers that use ingredients that are harmful to your pet's health. How about pesticides, mold, plastic, antifreeze or fungal toxins. Would you give those to your pet?
Rover's Recipes has over 175 healthy and delicious recipes for homemade treats. You probably have all or at least most of the inexpensive ingredients in your cupboard or pantry. When you use homemade treats and food you know exactly what your pet is eating. You also add something that the dog food and dog treat manufacturers donít add: "Love".
Rover's Recipes includes; appetizers, meals, special diet meals (in case you want to reduce your petís waistline or follow other diet restrictions such as low ash or sugar), gravies, frozen treats (great for those hot summer days), cakes, pies, desserts, cookies, biscuits and brownies. There is even a chapter for microwave meals and treats. Yes, you can even make some meals for your best friend that they can share with you.
Instead of wondering how long the dog food or dog treats have been sitting on a store shelf and how long the products have been sitting in a warehouse before they were shipped to the store make your own homemade treats and dog food. It is fun, gives you peace of mind, is healthier and your pet will love them.
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