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How To Ensure That Your Pet’s Food Is Safe And Nutritious [Video]

By Dr. Andrew Jones

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Topics: Cat Care, Cat Health, Dog Care, Dog Health, Pet Care, Pet health | 2 Comments »

2 Responses to “How To Ensure That Your Pet’s Food Is Safe And Nutritious [Video]”

  1. Avatar Nance Says:
    February 6th, 2013 at 2:11 pm

    Really do enjoy the videos!
    Than you so much for all the great information you give us “dog” people.

  2. Avatar wendy Says:
    February 6th, 2013 at 2:20 pm

    Hi Dr. Jones,
    The problem with Kibble (regardless of what is in it which is suspect!) Is the OVER PROCESSING.
    Kibble & commercial pet food is cooked more than once at very HIGH temperatures which DESTROYS essential enzymes,nutrients and vitamins!
    If people feed commercial diets they should also be adding finely ground up mostly green veggies, blueberries etc. (or VERY lightly steamed ) They need the minerals and enzymes.
    Most people AND dogs are way healthier on raw diets. Wolves are omnivores who go for the undigested GREEN in their preys gut for the nutrients contained in the veggie matter.
    Cooking food over 118 degrees destroys essential nutrients and enzymes. True for doGs and people.
    Your right about nutrition being key to good health.
    Processed (unregulated) commercial pet food is junk.
    I also don’t think dogs need to have 80% protein to be healthy.
    My dog is 70% veggies and is SUPER healthy.


Dr. Andrew Jones, DVM