|08-22-2013 02:24 PM|
|JessyMcintosh||Read this! What’s Really in Pet Food|
|08-22-2013 01:55 PM|
|JessyMcintosh||Note: I have been to dogfoodadvisor.com and compared food to prices for a while now. I know what ones are considered better, and for a good price (canidae, diamond natural, kirkland, chicken soup, science diet,fromm gold etc.)... I just want to know if it even matters...|
|08-22-2013 01:54 PM|
Studying dog foods and whether they are worth the money.
I have been at it this for a long time. I have discovered in time that there is very little research done on dog food effecting dogs in positive or negative ways. Now I know from personal experience that mixing a little wet dog food with my dogs dry food makes his coat shinier. That means very little. Some people try to say that if his coat is looking good, whats under it probably is too. That's stupid. It's just like humans, we can eat certain foods that specifically make our hair shiny. It doesn't mean you are infact healthy. I've been there done that personally. I have been back and forth looking at great dog food brands, versus crappy ones. Should we believe the hype? Does the dog's quality of food matter that much? Especially when they are getting the same amount of nutrients, just from different places? Like chicken versus chicken meal. Chicken meal is technically better for them...
I want my dog to be healthy. I want him to live forever because I love him. But I don't want to spend money needlessly if it isn't going to matter.
Me and my husband plan on getting him started on a much higher quality food. From my research though I haven't found anything solid....