Features December 2013 Issue

Whole Foods in Vet-Prescribed Dog Food

JustFoodForDogs offers complete diets, as well as supplements custom-blended to “complete and balance” its home-prepared diet recipes.

Whole Foods in Vet-Prescribed Dog Food

These veterinary-developed meals use more whole foods to meet nutritional requirements.

Three months ago, I asked, “Why can’t veterinary nutritionists design recipes that meet most nutritional needs through the use of whole foods, rather than synthetic supplements?” The question appeared in my article “Dishing On Diets” (WDJ September 2013), about a study claiming that most homemade diet recipes are incomplete and unbalanced.

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