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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-28-2014, 12:33 AM Thread Starter
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What's worse for dogs: salt or sugar?

I know I've read that both are bad. Are they equally bad? Is one worse than the other? If so, which one? I'm going to add beef broth to the dog's diet, and I need to figure out which one is the best of the three. Here's the breakdown:

1. Natural Beef Broth: 570mg sodium (24% daily value) from sea salt, no sugar added.

2. Organic Beef Broth: 570mg sodium (24% daily value) from sea salt, plus cane sugar added (1g per serving, 4 servings per container).

3. Organic Low Sodium Beef Broth: 140mg sodium (6%) from sea salt, plus cane sugar added (1g per serving, 4 servings per container).

Which one would be the best for a dog? I prefer organic, but both have salt and sugar. So weird. Thanks in advance!
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