Features May 2013 Issue

New Guides In Town

The tables that define the term “complete and balanced” on pet food labels are set to change next year.

New Guides In Town

The “nutrient profiles” that define what constitutes “complete and balanced” diets

When buying food for their dogs, owners depend on the product manufacturers to deliver a “complete and balanced” diet in those bags, cans, and frozen packages. Perhaps without even being aware of it, owners also understand that there are government agencies responsible for setting standards as to what constitutes a “complete and balanced diet” for dogs, and for making sure that pet food makers meet those standards.

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