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We learned that although all commercially sold dog foods must meet a set of government standards before they can be labeled "100% nutritionally complete", it doesn't guarantee that the food sources used are digestible enough for your dog to render "complete" nutrition from the mix. We also learned that some of the inexpensive chemical preservatives used in these foods may cause cancer and certainly hold no nutritional value for our pets.
I am planning to try the Orijen – just not sure whether to try the Red or Adult first. They love chicken and fish so the Adult may be the answer. The Honest Kitchen was appealing and I guess I could try that later – I read in the Whole Dog Journal that rotating foods was a good idea despite what I had previously read which was that dogs didn’t like variety. I already supplement and treat with veggies and cooked chicken so mine do seem to like different things.
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Ameri-Pac is a dry blend manufacturer and does not handle beef products. Therefore, our pet formulations, such as cat and dog food premixes, are typically sent to another facility for further processing. Our animal feed formulations, such as cow, pig and horse feed, can be completely developed, produced and packaged in our in-house facilities. For one, did you know that the melamine poisoning that killedhundreds of dogs back in 2007 was added to dog food in that premix on purpose? Yup, the stuff you make countertops with isactually a protein. Wasn’t a wise choice was it? Wonder where the stuff comesfrom? I’m about to tell you and share my source with you as well.If you think they’re vitamins for dogs, like I once did, think again. They’reprobably part of what is called a premix and they don’t have anything to dowith food or real vitamins.If that’s a frightening concept for you (and it should be), then here are a few tips to help you select the best commercially prepared food for your dog.All the time I was warning my readers about substandard dogfood ingredients I was totally unaware of what is called the premix, or whereit comes from. I knew when I looked up each vitamin individually; they were badbecause they were synthetic. The problem with synthetic vitamins is the bodyknows the difference and instead of being nourishing, the body sees them as adrug or toxin and the liver must work overtime to filter it out.Hi again guys, I know you are probably very sick of me by now, and I completely understand, but I am hoping you can help me out one last time. (my disqus was just shihtzumom, sorry for the confusion) I have been looking at all the commercial raw diets, mostly the ones I like are Carnivora and K9 Naturals(any thoughts?). I really do like these and am hoping my local pet store can order them in, as other stores that are further away carry them. I am definitely not impressed with NV and would like to stay away from their foods. But I have been looking at pre-mixes. I am worried that Dawson is not getting quality ingredients with NV. Where do you get meat from? I mean I could just go to the grocery store and pick up some meat, but is that good meat? Like it won’t necessarily be antibiotic or hormone free and grass fed. Do you buy lean meats? Where do you find the organs needed for the urban wolf pre-mix? And with home-made I was looking at the transitioning to raw thread and it had some great information! But I find it confusing when trying to translate the amounts for a 13 pound shih tzu! The menu Hound Dog Mom posted sounded fairly straight forward, but I still worry I would somehow mess up the balancing. I really do want the best for Dawson, but am just so confused. I don’t want any carcinogenics in his food or other questionable ingredients, basically I am wondering what you think about the two commercially made, and then where you find good quality meats. I am very worried over what I am feeding him and want him to live the longest, healthiest life possible. Thanks for all your information!