Monday, July 6, 2020

What's Really In Your Pet's Food?


Cute, clever marketing campaigns can make low quality pet food seem very appealing but don’t be fooled! Many contain carbohydrate fillers, chemicals, by-products and a long list of unsavory ingredients. Chemicals (nitrites, sodium tripolyphosphate, erythorbic acid) are preservatives added to extend shelf life not to give your pet the best nutrition! What’s a pet owner to do? Read the labels and look for fresh ingredients. If you can't pronounce it and wouldn't eat it, chances are that it may not be good for your cat or dog. To learn more about the best foods to choose and ingredients to avoid, please visit our Pet Nutrition Center, a library of pet health articles and diet tips for cats and dogs on AskAriel.com by clicking here