Ever wonder what the ingredients would look like if you made a commercial pet food at home? So did Rodney Habib. Here’s his picture, posted on Facebook of the ingredients – in order and weight – of a typical commercial pet food. Very interesting.
The introduction of the image states: “For the TV documentary on pet obesity in which I will be participating, I thought some of the pet owning contestants should see what their pet’s food is actually made of. Here, in order from greatest to least, is what it would actually look like if you made the food at home. (Propylene Glycol for those that don’t know is aka Automotive RV winterizer or the blue dots in cheap blueberry muffins that are not real blueberries!)
The moral of the story is: read your label and research your ingredients.! (boy do I have a ton of dishes to wash now!)”
And the image…
I’m certain we won’t see this on a pet food label however.
Wishing you and your pet(s) the best,
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