You probably don’t know that pet food companies are trying to keep up with the times by making some pretty radical changes to their products.

These changes include introducing new ingredients, like the gluten-free version of pet food popular with people who are gluten-sensitive, and introducing more natural flavors.

But it’s important to know that the majority of pet foods sold in the U.S. are still made with corn and soybean meal, which contain large amounts of animal fats, and have long been associated with heart disease and cancer.

And even if you’re not allergic to animals, the pet food industry is trying to convince you that your pet is eating enough protein, which is probably true, but you shouldn’t have to eat as much of it as you think.

Here are a few ways you can make sure your pet gets the nutrients they need: Get your pet’s diet tested.

While pet food labels are often misleading, you can still get a real look at your pet in person by asking him or her questions about their food.

A pet food manufacturer that sells to pet stores will usually send you a free test kit that includes a list of the ingredients in your pet pet’s food, along with the ingredient labels and a summary of what they say.

These tests should be done every two weeks and every six months, to check on your pet for allergies, food sensitivities, or food intolerances.

If you have any questions about your pet eating the food you’ve ordered, you should talk to your veterinarian to find out if your pet needs any additional testing.