Features December 2012 Issue

Truth on the Label

State and federal laws require that all of the text on a pet food label be true and accurate. States with active feed control officials usually focus on the guaranteed analysis (and may run tests to check its accuracy) and any “special claims” made on the label.

Truth on the Label

How accurate or honest are the pet food companies when it comes to the label?

Have you ever wondered whether the label information on your dog’s food packaging is accurate? If so, welcome to the club! We fret about this sort of thing, too – and sometimes, our worries turn out to be well-founded.

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