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|08-31-2014 02:20 PM|
Originally Posted by CelticGlory View Post
|08-31-2014 11:48 AM|
|Skywalkers Mom||It is always fun to get someones dander up. Too bad more people didnt put in their two cents worth. Keep up the ideas and thoughts flowing. Helps the gray cells.|
|08-31-2014 11:33 AM|
|RocketDog||I was actually referring to studies in humans. If you want a truly non-reactive starch for dog food, look for tapioca.|
|08-31-2014 11:24 AM|
As far as rice goes, I remember reading something about arsenic:
FDA Releases Arsenic Test Results - Is Rice Safe for Your Dog?
And with tuna being the first ingredient - that's including the water weight, so remove the water and the tuna is farther along in the ingredient list. So the first ingredient is actually pea starch. IDK what to say about that, lol. Maybe that's why salt is listed twice, to make it more appetizing?
|08-31-2014 11:11 AM|
In terms of allergy world, rice is the least inflammatory grain (to whomever thought barley was).
My personal opinion is that ingredient list sounds like a bunch of bs. Canola meal? What the heck.
|08-31-2014 10:39 AM|
|CelticGlory||Okay, I'm very curious about this; they list salt twice in this formula (I didn't look to much into the other three formulas in the line), "Sodium Selenite" and "salt". Why put salt twice? How much salt is usually in dog food when its added? Does anyone know?|
|08-31-2014 09:41 AM|
Originally Posted by Carriesue View Post
|08-31-2014 09:25 AM|
When rule breaking occurs and a member posts poorly, instead of responding to them and copy/pasting the post...........
Move on like the intelligent adults you are, PM the moderator/admins so we can address the problem when we can, and help/address the topic of the question.
BTW, THANKS for most of you doing so well most of the time on the forum!
|08-31-2014 09:19 AM|
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|08-31-2014 09:09 AM|
Originally Posted by David Winners View Post
As far as the OP's post more and more people are starting to care about ingredients and realizing that Purina is a low quality food. I imagine they're trying to appeal these people. I've never seen a dog food with tuna as the main protein before... just no. Btw a diet high in fish is not all that great for cats either.
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