With pets becoming more and more popular as consumers increasingly seek a healthy alternative to their older pets, the question of which brands are best for their health has become an increasingly important issue for pet food manufacturers.
While there are many brands that can be used to satisfy pet owners, there are also several that can potentially hurt your dog or cat’s health.
In this article, we’ll discuss some of the most popular brands of pet food that are safe for dogs, cats, and their owners.
We all have pets, and we all want them to have a great life.
But, what should we feed them?
A pet food company is a trusted source of health information and recommendations that can help you make the best decisions for your pet.
While many brands have their own specific health and nutrition guidelines, the best pet food for your animal can be made with a combination of ingredients that are beneficial to all of your pets.
Below, we take a look at some of today’s top dog food brands and their potential health risks.1.
PETA’s ChoicePet foods are made with natural ingredients, including beneficial plants and animals.
Paws are born with a natural immunity to viruses and bacteria, and these natural defenses make it difficult for pets to develop infections.
However, we are not immune to the diseases and illnesses that are associated with modern-day living.
PZ’s Choice, an animal welfare organization based in New York, recommends the following guidelines for pet foods: Avoid adding pet foods to dishes that may have been contaminated with any of the following: E. coli, salmonella, or salmonellosis.
Avoid feeding pets food that contains ingredients that can become contaminated with these bacteria: Lactobacillus reuteri, Lactococcus bovis, L. bulgaricus, L-ascorbic acid, Lactic acid, or lactic acid.
Avoid adding foods with lactic or acetic acid.
Ingestion of these ingredients can cause severe gastrointestinal upset.
Pets may develop diarrhea, vomiting, and/or fever.
PVP recommends the inclusion of at least 2% of their food (0.2 to 1.5 ounces) of plant-based foods and 0.2% of the water in pet foods.PETA’s health guidelines are not limited to pets.
While we generally recommend that we avoid foods that are made from animals or are otherwise sourced from animals that have been subjected to cruel or inhumane treatment, we cannot guarantee that all animal-based food products are free of these hazards.
For the most part, all pet foods are not made with animals.
However to help ensure the safety of all of our pet food consumers, we provide this list of guidelines to help guide you in making the right choices for your dog, cat, and yourself.