Healthy and Safe Pets Food: 7 Secrets to Choose – Part 1


PWhat you choose canned or dry food? What brand? There are many different brands, all shapes and sizes to choose from owners. Pet feed with too little information to make decisions (other than advertising) of the base – which can be very confusing! Well, exploring about healthy and safe pets food is based, can be a bumpy ride! There are seven secrets to find – the best kept secrets – Pet food. Sit down, make up and read.

Beneful claims to be “premium dog food for happy, healthy food” and costs around $18.00 for a 31-pound bag. On the other hand, Science Diet” promises “accurately balanced nutrition through continuous research and innovation. The quality of food, through their encouragement and support to veterinarians, sells for $21.00 per bag of 20 kg. Many other brands also make similar claims. They sell the premium dog food for $30.00 or more per bag of 20 kg, I think. The same is true for cat owners. Select Whiskas, which reads: “All we’re doing, so happy that the cat or if you want one of these kind of cat food high to choose something that makes the same claims of a cat healthy and happy but it costs 3 times more expensive?

Pet owners raise questions about recalls and pet insurance, asking, “Has this food been recalled or withdrawn?” “Wow this is confusing! And fear, too! What can we do for pet owners to learn some secrets! Equipped with the knowledge of animal nutrition secret is not so confusing.

The secret number 1…

Safe Pets Food

Healthy and safe pet foods use descriptive words like choice and bonds, but few mention the raw ingredients or quality. As per pet food rules, they cannot claim ingredient quality in the label instructions or advertising. The term “Premier” for pets doesn’t necessarily indicate premium ingredients. In pet food, “premium” doesn’t describe the food or its effects; it describes the food’s quality. This is a marketing term, and that’s it. Unfortunately, pet food regulations don’t require labels to indicate the quality of the ingredients used in healthy and safe pets food.

Well, why do not the labels of pet food, to tell potential customers about the quality of its ingredients? No pet owners have the right to know what to buy? This brings me to another secret…

The secret number 2…

We recognise varying diet qualities when comparing “people” food to animal feed. There is White Castle (I’m guilty here, I love small) and this is Outback Steak House (another favorite). Both restaurants serve the meat and potatoes. White Castle is available for $ 3.00 a couple of burgers and fries in one order. In the Outback, you can cook a steak and potatoes for about $ 16.00. Both serve the potatoes and beef – but acknowledged that there are major differences between a hamburger and eating steak … Is not it?

The issue in the pet food industry is pet owners’ differing perspectives on healthy and safe pet food. Consider pet food as different fast-food options; there are no healthier restaurant-style choices for pets. A young man once conducted an experiment, abstaining from fast food for 30 days. In one month, his weight, blood pressure, and cholesterol levels surged due to consuming fast food thrice daily. Now imagine your pet eating these foods from your “whole life.

So, let’s return to our comparison between the dishes. We conducted a chemical analysis of the food at White Castle, which involved testing the protein, carbohydrates, and fats, and compared it with the analysis of the Outback’s food. Regardless of your preference for meat quality, both Outback and the protein burger contribute to protein analysis. The analysis does not measure the quality of the protein.

Here’s the secret … All animals with a guaranteed analysis showing the percentage of protein, fat, fibre and moisture in food. The real secret is a proportion of protein, fat, etc.

In pet food chemical analysis, they use chicken legs for protein analysis, despite their small quantity. They also use a cow slaughtered due to illness for protein analysis, despite its danger for consumption. Chicken feet and cow dead – – These two things can and the ingredients used in pet food. You see the secret of the industry; food manufacturers are an important gateway to the point where their ingredients. Adult dog food must have 18% protein, while adult cat food requires 26% protein. Sources of protein used in pet food include chicken legs from animals slaughtered for human consumption. Additionally, grain protein and various chemical additives are among the ingredients.

Said animal tags – not allowed to speak – are the sources used to obtain the necessary 18% and 26% protein. And what’s worse … Food manufacturers using 100% human-grade ingredients cannot disclose the high quality of their products to customers or potential customers.

So, how do you know if your pet food uses chicken feet or euthanized cows, or if it contains ingredients of human-grade quality?

The secret number 3…

If the premiums and the choice of words mean almost nothing about the quality of animal feed, and if some fodder uses chicken legs and animals slaughtered for food – as the owner knows the animal coming to feed their animals?

The great secret is to identify the ingredients. In contrast to the “people” products, where you can see very well the quality of food, healthy and safe pets food is very different. Every pet food should adhere to the guidelines of the USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) and FDA (Food and Drug Administration). The same is true for pets. Chicken feet and cows slaughtered for food human consumption, for obvious reasons allowed – have no nutritional value or may be dangerous to consume the same is not true for feeding. To know if your pet’s food contains chicken feet or slaughtered cows, you need to examine the list of ingredients used.

“HCH” is a common ingredient in food material from a combination of many discarded remains of people in the food industry. “Meat and bone” of the components can be anything from the heads of the stomach and intestines of cattle (fear, but true), including animals slaughtered cows, horses, dogs and cats for veterinary clinics, shelters for animals and agriculture. And with these animals fed euthanasia drug also contains pentobarbital used to euthanize animals. “Eating meat and bones” are also remains of restaurant grease and patients (including cancer) tissues cut from the meat of animals slaughtered. In other words, this component is often a mix of much less waste and potentially harmful to people in the food industry.

“By-products”, an ingredient or feed, or meat food products, are almost the same as “flesh and blood. “There is a food ingredient that is clearly a pet to someone who knows what.

Another component is similar to the above, “animal digest.”

Since the chicken feet, I said – poultry chicken byproducts “or” products “or” chicken viscera meal or an entire chicken or poultry. “The age of eating poultry products can be found in the ingredients list. – Including but not limited to chicken legs, skin, including some feathers, heads, chicken or poultry, and intestine of these ingredients is not the health of the birds does not matter, -. Sick, dead, dying … All these components exist.

This is what you need … Before you buy pet food, turn the bag in the accuracy and review the list of ingredients. The ingredients are listed in the ingredients list first five or ten years. If you see one of these ingredients, I suggest not buying this food. Remember – the chicken legs and slaughtered animals do not analyze proteins. That is all that is used in animal feed – just a proper analysis.

Another trick that some animal feed producers used in this class increases the grain and grain products for chemical additives to the protein content. What exactly is the reason for the withdrawal of food, the spring of 2007 began – the protein chemicals. Two different chemical additives – they have no nutritional value for animals but who have analyzed the protein – were added to cereal products (wheat gluten, corn gluten, rice gluten) just to provide cheap protein. Thousands of animals died and many other patients, since there is no problem of combining these two chemicals in the kidneys and urine fell. Again, the secret of the product, if there is a certain amount of protein analysis – no one is obligated to provide a management system of the protein quality of meat.

As for the list of ingredients – also must take into account the number of grains (corn, wheat, rice) and / or the number of cereal products (corn gluten meal, whole corn, ground corn, wheat, wheat meal, wheat gluten, rice, brown rice, brewers rice, soybean, etc.) that are listed in the first five or six ingredients. If more than corn in the first five ingredients – says it has bought some food from his cereal proteins.

Why cereal proteins to know it’s important for you to get? There are several reasons – the first scientific evidence that cats and dogs, as necessary, and thrive in the meat protein. If the food to get protein from sources of grain, meat animals, should be upheld. Second, if the corn, corn gluten, wheat gluten, rice gluten, or run the risk of adding chemicals such as melamime, used strictly to improve the analysis of proteins. Incidentally, this melamime chemicals found in March 2007 pet food recall. And there are problems with the grain – aflatoxin. Aflatoxin is a deadly tool that is usually in corn, wheat and soybeans and is responsible for a number of other foods like, you’ve probably never heard of. killed in December 2005, Diamond Pet Food moldy corn contained more than 100 animals before the product was recalled – all because of aflatoxin.

It is my recommendation that all feed, corn, wheat, soybeans or any amendment contains avoid. The risk is too high.


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