Undeclared Ingredients in Pet Foods and Pet Treats

Check the label. The words listed in bold in this blog post is what is mentioned on the packaging not the actual content . For example animal liver flavor may look innocuous but do you know what it contains. The contents are listed in this blog post

If the label contains the following ingredients they are not good for your pets

animal liver flavor: It contains liver, viscera, enzymes like proteases and others, sodium hydroxide, phosphoric acid, citric acid, Butylated hydroxyaniosole, butylated hydroxytoulene, dimethicone, tetrasodium pyrophospahte, sodium acid pyrophosphate, cysteine, xylose, lysine.

Chicken Flavor: May contain all ingredients or some of the ingredients listed in animal liver flavor

Chicken meal: contains Ethoxyquin, tertiary butylated hydroxyquinone, butylated hydroxyaniosole, butylated hydroxytoulene

Poultry Meal: May contain most of the ingredients listed for chicken meal

Corn Gluten Meal: May contain organic solvents

Ground Yellow Corn: May contain pesticide residues, aflatoxins,

Animal Digest: It contains liver, viscera, enzymes like proteases and others, sodium hydroxide, phosphoric acid, citric acid, Butylated hydroxyaniosole, butylated hydroxytoulene, dimethicone, tetrasodium pyrophospahte, sodium acid pyrophosphate, cysteine, xylose, lysine

Fish Meal: Contains Ethoxyquin, and mercury

Do you really want to feed pet food that contains all these ingredients listed in bold. Think about it

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