When it comes to feeding the family dog or cat we want to believe that we're buying the very best. But when...
When it comes to feeding the family dog or cat we want to believe that we're buying the very best. But when was the last time you read the list of ingredients in your pet's food? You may be shocked to learn that federal regulations say it is okay for pet food to contain cheap fillers, potential allergens, certain chemicals and even crushed bird beaks and brains.
Concerns about what is in pet food have lead to increased sales for natural pet food. In fact, a new report by industry analysts "Packaged Facts" expects double digit growth of natural pet food in the next two years. One example is the Wellness brand. It goes far beyond government dictated standards by avoiding chemicals, fillers, artificial flavors or colors and never using potential allergens such as wheat, wheat gluten, corn, or soy. Instead, they include power foods like boneless chicken, hormone-free New Zealand lamb and antioxidant-rich blueberries.
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