And...the FDA admits pets are a waste disposal system for industry.
Dead, decomposing animal carcasses that drown and laid in water for days are accepted in North Carolina to be rendered and sold as pet feed ingredients.
A Dead Animal Carcass Remover making pet food. It's illegal to use decomposing animal tissues in pet food, but that law is ignored by FDA.
Do you know the changes that have been made to your pet food over the years? You might REALLY be surprised at some of the changes that have been made.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is alerting pet owners and veterinary professionals about reports of canine dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) in dogs eating certain pet foods containing peas, lentils, other...
"And passed." USDA inspected 'and passed'. These two words are significantly important to finding a quality pet food.
Thanks to new research brought to our attention by Dr. Michael W. Fox, we have learned that antimicrobial additives can cause harm to pets.
It isn't publicly mentioned often (by government), but found within the Federal Register...FDA openly admits the agency allows pet food/animal feed to violate federal law.
An annual survey of mycotoxin risks of grain ingredients in North America found 80% of samples tested contained two dangerous mycotoxins. Add to this risk, mycotoxins can increase the absorption...
The State of Ohio has introduced legislation to prohibit the use of euthanized animals in pet food and prohibit the use of dog and cat remains in pet food. A...