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Debunking common pet food myths


Debunking common pet food myths

Dog sitting at a table place setting with a bowl of food and utensils.


Myth: Organic pet food is always healthiest

Organic food in pet store.


Myth: Homemade food is better than commercial food

Dog eating fresh fruit.


Myth: Raw food is best for pets

Dog eating raw food.


Myth: Meat is more nutritious than meat meal

Dry dog food with topping.

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Myth: Kidney failure is caused by too much protein in the diet

Cute small dog sitting in a chair at the table with his food and utensils.

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Myth: Food byproduct is the same as food waste

Yellow Lab dog looking up at a bowl of dry food.

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Myth: Grains are bad for pets

Fluffy small dog looks at food being poured into his bowl.

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Myth: Meat-based dog food is healthier than plant-based

Dog paws on either side of a bowl of raw meat and cooked veggies.

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Myth: Dogs can’t eat pork

Small dog running with empty food bowl in his mouth.


Myth: Cats can eat vegan diets

Cat eating healthy homemade meal on one side and dry food on the other.

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