Don't leave it up to pet food companies and marketers to sell you on a particular type of food, nor should your choices be dictated solely by what your dog or cat likes to eat.
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A group of courageous dogs and pet owners gathered in Union Square Tuesday to march alongside their pitched tents, with posters and megaphones in hand...
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Food made organically and with love costs more than the regular stuff made in factories with leftovers. That's why people who shop ethically, and organically look for ways to make dog food at home.
Proper nourishment is the cornerstone of vibrant health for all animals. Your dog or cat has a need for wholesome, living foods just as you do.
By-products are basically everything not fit for human consumption like organs, bones, eyes, brains and hoofs.
"While some foods are made with great care and high standards," Freeman told me by email, "using the term 'organic' is a marketing strategy." Freeman ...
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