The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently issued a warning to dog owners about certain pet food brands manufactured by Midwestern Pet Foods, Inc. These dry food products for dogs contain ingredients that can be dangerous to their health, such as BHA, xanthan gum, BHT, corn gluten, food coloring, and flaxseed flour. Flaxseed flour is a great source of healthy omega-3 fatty acids, but it is not enough to make the food safe for dogs. Harvey's is a popular pet food business that has recently expanded to retail stores.
Many dog foods claim to provide the right nutrition for pets, but they are not always successful. It is important to consider the quality of the ingredients and the amount of meat in the food before determining whether it is good or bad for your dog. Artificial colors are also added to some low-quality dog foods, which should be avoided. If you are looking for a substitute food with less protein, Natural Balance dog food is a good option.
It contains omega-3 fatty acids from flaxseed that nourish the skin and keep your pup's coat healthy and shiny. Taste of the Wild is another popular grain-free dog food that is affordable and suitable for dogs with sensitive stomachs or food allergies. Orijen dog food has a variety of ingredients, including chicken and turkey meat, whole eggs, flounder, mackerel, chicken and turkey liver. Twin Pet dog food is a plant-based dry food for dogs that uses a limited amount of unidentified and unnamed meat as its main source of animal protein.
Unfortunately, some customers have reported that their dogs became ill after eating certain types of Prescription Diet and Science Diet canned dog food. Beneful also offers different varieties of dry and wet dog food that contain “real meat” such as chicken, beef, and salmon.