Can anyone tell all the dog food brands and which are good?
Because I’m just wondering what are the brands in the world and which should i provide for my toy dog.
I like Purina myself. It has sort of a barbecue flavor.
Dogs and diseased animals in main dog food brands?
Dogs and diseased animals in main dog food brands…check to see if your food says meat meal if so it could be a cat or dog euthanized “The problem with meat meal is that rendering plants accept a lot more than just cow and pig carcasses from slaughterhouses. They also take grease and other restaurant and supermarket waste, road kill, dead zoo animals, and hundreds of thousands of euthanized cats and dogs. It all gets cooked together and shipped off to pet food companies.” from an independent investigation
I have researched it endlessly and watched documentaries if a product states meat meal it can be ANY meat
There isn’t absolute proof of this but there are also absolutely ZERO regulations against it so you can be sure that commercial companies do use these sources. You should always watch out for any term like “Animal Fat” or “Animal By-Product” or “Meat Meal”. There is a reason that a company doesn’t state which animal it is. A good company will state, “Chicken Fat” or “Chicken By-Product” or “Chicken Meal” because they use chickens as the source of the meat. ***A good company won’t actually use by-products of any kind but if they did, they would list the meat source***. Companies like Science Diet, Eukanuba, Iams, Pedigree, Purina, Beneful and so on use the term “animal” because they don’t want people to know the true source of the meat. It’s not as appealing to list “Roadkill Meal” or “Dog by-products” or “expired chicken” or “diseased cattle fat”.
Looking for Cheaper Dog Food Brand?
I live in SA and have 2 large 3 year old Boerboels. I have been feeding them Vets Choice, however, we need to reduce our monthly expenses and I am looking to change to a Supermarket Brand of Dog Food…can anyone suggest something? E.g: Bobtail, Pedigree
No dog food manufacturer would still be in business if the food they were selling caused multiple problems. Try anything you see, and if you have a problem with it, switch to something else.
If your dog doesn’t develop itchy skin, loss of hair, vomiting or loose stools, I’m sure whatever you use would be fine.
The higher priced kibbles are basically for dogs with allergy problems, or breeds known for developing allergy problems.
I try to stay away from anything that contains corn, wheat, soy, or by-products, and with the recent studies showing chicken can be a problem with allergy prone breeds, I try not to use it either.
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