I have archival material - early USA Dog magazines going back to before 1920 .
The magazine is still in publicatin - .
I was able to track the very first adverts trying to manipulate consumer behaviour . If you were feeding this "new"
science based kibble you were among the smarter set - sophisticted .
Ralston Purina was right there . So was Spratts and some other hard-tack products which were all made with grain
In the articles and adverts it was recommended that they be reconstituted with moisture - water , gravy ,
Later on came Pedigree Pal , a grain base - which recommended a tin of wet food .
The "kibble" bit was meant for long term , convenient storage.
To your dog you can add your bone broth .
Is he / she not getting any digestive enzymes??
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