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Grain-Free Diets Have Been Linked to Serious Heart Problems

Discover Magazine

The FDA and other researchers are investigating the link between grain-free dog food and a heart condition called dilated cardiomyopathy. Large dogs appear to be at greater risk.

Article Date:

8/31/2020

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Dog Beer Means New Drinking Buddy Is Your Dog

Fatherly.com

Well, whether or not anyone asked for it, Busch, the brewing company, has launched a questionable product.

Article Date:

8/31/2020

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How to buy the best senior dog food, according to veterinarians

NBC News

Senior dogs have different dietary requirements. Veterinarians weigh in on what to look for when shopping for your canine companion.

Article Date:

8/4/2020

Frequently Asked Questions:

WHAT INGREDIENTS DO I LOOK FOR WHEN CHOOSING A DOG FOOD?

The Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) has established guidelines for regulators to govern claims a pet food company can make on its label.

If the food is said to contain a single ingredient, it must contain at least 95% of that ingredient, not including water. If a combination of ingredients is advertised, that combination has to make up at least 95% of the food. For instance, if the food claims to be made solely of beef, beef makes up 95% of the food.

Phrases like dinner, platter, and entrée means the foods must contain at least 25% of the named ingredient. If the name states “with” a specific ingredient (such as “with cheese”) only 3% of the named ingredient is required. Products that advertise specific “flavors” need to contain only a detectable amount of that ingredient.

WHAT'S BETTER... CANNED OR DRIED DOG FOOD?

Because of their low cost and unbeatable convenience, dry kibbles are the most popular dog foods in use.

But, according to dogfoodadvisor.com, they’re not always the best. Canned foods can be some of the best (and most overlooked) choices available.

Although there are situations when feeding either one might be the better choice, there are also times when mixing the two together (a process known as topping) makes an especially tasty meal.

WHICH DOG FOOD BRANDS USE USDA APPROVED INGREDIENTS?

 

The following dog food brands listed on our website are USDA approved:

The Farmer's Dog

Spot & Tango

Nom Nom

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