If you are like most pet owners, then we know that you care a great deal about your pet. In fact, you're reading this article right now, so that shows how much you do care about them. People say that their dog is a part of their family and there is nothing wrong with this. However, at the same time of saying this, they toss them some dog food that they purchased straight from the store. Is this good for the dog? Have you done your research on that can of dog food or that dry bag of food you are giving your pet two to three times a day?
We all know that it is important to avoid bad food. Did you know that you should not always rely on what the manufacture is saying? Just because they say it is healthy for the dog does not really mean that it is healthy for the dog! This is just sales pitch. Yes, if it takes telling you that bad food is healthy for your pet to get money, it will be done.
What is in that food? What makes it so bad? Big food manufacturers have been producing nothing but bad dog food.
There is a lot of evidence that can prove this one. Behind those jingles, those neat shapes, those commercials, those slogans and those colorful bags - you have food that is filled with stuff that is not good for your pet. They are offering your four-legged friend a mixture of gross by-products and don't forget about the toxic chemicals to go along with it!
When chickens, cattle, swine, lambs and the other animals that humans eat are slaughtered for human consumption, it is common to cut the lean muscle for humans to eat. Where does the left over go? It is sent to the rendering plant. All the other bad stuff goes right along with it. This mess will eventually become food for your dog to enjoy.
So, what is in this bad food? You have dead animals, chicken feet, euthanized animals, ligaments, lungs, teeth, beaks, intestines and goodness, can it get any worse than this? On the outside of the bag, they call it "by-products".
If you are at all concerned about the health of your animal, you should avoid the bad dog food. Make sure you do your research on the food and see exactly what your furry friend is eating.