by ggturner on 12 June 2018 - 11:06
Article on a possible link between heart disease in dogs and diet:
by ZweiGSD on 12 June 2018 - 12:06
After reading that article, also read this for even more thought:
by Sunsilver on 13 June 2018 - 12:06
I'm afraid that article by Dr. Freeman triggerd my B.S. detector. What made it go off was this statement:
f you’re feeding a boutique, grain-free, or exotic ingredient diets, I would reassess whether you could change to a diet with more typical ingredients made by a company with a long track record of producing good quality diets. And do yourself a favor – stop reading the ingredient list! Although this is the most common way owners select their pets’ food, it is the least reliable way to do so. And be careful about currently available pet food rating websites that rank pet foods either on opinion or on based on myths and subjective information. It’s important to use more objective criteria (e.g., research, nutritional expertise, quality control in judging a pet food). The best way to select what is really the best food for your pet is to ensure the manufacturer has excellent nutritional expertise and rigorous quality control standards
" The best way to select what is really the best food for your pet is to ensure the manufacturer has excellent nutritional expertise and rigorous quality control standards" Hmm....won't that bias the consumer towards selecting foods from the big name pet food companies? Anyone think that Dr. Freeman could have been BOUGHT by one of those companies??
by delta von Avalik on 13 June 2018 - 13:06
by Mindhunt on 13 June 2018 - 16:06
I love that my vets are pro raw diet and in the case one can't really afford or doesn't have the facilities to be able to store and freeze the raw ingredients, they advocate good quality dehydrated raw or if one must, good quality holistic grain free kibble. The only vet office I have been in that is NOT filled with Science Diet, Iams, Eukanuba, Hills, Royal Canin, and so on.......
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