Pet Food Report

November 2015

Pet food, even some of the most expensive brands, often contains carcinogenic and inflammatory additives and may be made from adulterated ingredients.

Decoding Pet Food: Adulteration, Toxic Ingredients, and the Best Choices for Your Companion Animals reveals how the pet food industry is regulated, details specific ingredients to avoid, and explains how to keep your pet healthy by choosing wisely at the pet food store and/or preparing their meals at home.

Also included with this report is a shopper’s guide to help differentiate between high quality, safe pet foods and their more risky alternatives.

Decoding Pet Food aims to provide discriminating shoppers with a new tool to help them better understand product labels and make healthier choices for their beloved four-legged friends.

To view the Full Report, click here.

To view the Buyer’s Guide, click here.

To view the news release about the report, click here.

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