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Pet food recalls are abhorred by both pet parents and pet food manufacturers. However, pet food recalls don’t happen quite as often as you might think. Of the more than 8 million metric tons of dog and cat food sold in the U.S. in 2014, there were fewer than . . . → Read More: 4 Pet Food Storage Tips to Keep Your Dog Safe
Allergies are a common problem for dogs. Typical symptoms include itchiness resulting in excess scratching, biting, or licking, and sometimes chronic or recurrent skin/ear infections. While dogs most frequently suffer from allergies to environmental triggers like pollen, molds, and dust mites, or to flea bites, allergic reactions to food are also possible.
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Pet parents want the best food possible for their fur kids. We try to make the best possible choices by carefully reading the pet food labels and using tools believed to help accurately decipher the label contents. Unfortunately, what seems to be fact often isn’t.
As pointed out in last week’s post, the definition . . . → Read More: The Myth of the ‘First Ingredient’ on the Pet Food Label