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Pet Food: The Good, The Bad, and The Healthy via PetSafe

2-Meal-Feeder-catAs a holistic veterinary health care provider, educating pet owners about the good, bad, and questionable ingredients in commercially available pet foods and treats is a passion of mine.  After all, our health begins with the foods we eat, the water we drink, and our daily habits.
 
By providing their pets with commercially available dry and moist foods and treats, owners are lulled into a false sense of security that their pet’s best health is being served. Cumulatively, consumption of highly processed foods and excess calories has led pets to suffer from a variety of health problems having potentially irreversible consequences, including obesity, arthritis, periodontal disease, diabetes, and cancer.
 
Recently, I shared my perspective for PetSafe via the article: Pet Food: The Good, The Bad, and The Healthy via PetSafe
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