Nutrition

The Pet Food Industry and its Questionable Practices


The pet food industry must be regulated to ensure that foods destined for our pets are safe, contain only ingredients fit for human consumption, and involve no animal experimentation.

Mad Cow Disease is Killing Europe's Pets


In 1985, the world began to hear about a disease that was affecting cattle in the UK - bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), or mad cow disease.

Dog Food May Carry "Mad Cow Disease"


The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reports that a Canadian cow that tested positive for bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE, also known as “mad cow disease”) may have been used to manufacture dry dog food, some of which was reported to have been shipped to the United States.

Changes in Behavior Associated With Aging in Dogs

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An old dog is a special friend. We remember the times we shared and are often saddened by the changes we see. As our companions age, they undergo both physical and metabolic changes that affect our interaction with them. These physical and metabolic changes can often manifest themselves as behavioral changes. Understanding these changes can help increase our enjoyment of the "golden years."

PET FOODS' INSIDIOUS CONSEQUENCES PART 1


A recurring theme is that both content and form of the pro-pet food argument is flawed, making invalid conclusions the rule.

THE TRUTH ABOUT CATS AND DOGS


The pet food industry, a billion-dollar, unregulated operation, feeds on the garbage that otherwise would wind up in landfills or be transformed into fertiliser.

PET FOOD
OUR PETS ARE DYING FOR IT


The multi-billion dollar pet food industry is killing our pets. With millions of dollars to spend on promotion and hype, pet owners have become victims of their marketing ploys.

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