Do You Know What’s In Your Pet’s Food?
The first step to knowing what’s in your dog or cat’s food is learning how to read pet food labels. This makes it easier to compare dry and wet formulas or evaluate the differences between grain and grain-free food or natural vs. organic.
HOW TO READ DOG & CAT FOOD LABELS
Pet food labels contain a lot of information, which can get overwhelming. Not to mention there’s always a long list of hard-to-pronounce ingredients that sound anything but “natural.” Deciphering dog and cat food labels is key to making informed decisions about what to feed your pets. For this reason, Purina’s experts explain what you’ll find on your pet’s food label and what it means. Learn how to read dog food and cat food labels.
GRAIN VS. GRAIN-FREE DOG FOOD: IS ONE BETTER THAN THE OTHER?
There’s a lot of talk in the pet food industry about grain-free dog food. This leaves many pet parents wondering if they should cut grains from their dogs’ diets. To decide whether grains belong in your dog’s food or not, you must first understand the differences between grain and grain-free dog food and the benefits of each. Learn more about the differences between grain and grain-free dog food.
WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN NATURAL & ORGANIC CAT FOOD?
Organic and natural cat food formulas are growing more popular among pet parents. For many, though, it’s hard to decide if one is better than the other when it comes to feeding their cats. Purina’s experts explain how natural and organic cat food differ, so you can better determine if either option is appropriate for your cat. Learn the difference between natural and organic cat food.
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