Features February 2014 Issue

5 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Buying & Feeding Dry Dog Food

The best way to store dry dog food is in its bag; the best place to store the bag is somewhere cool, dry, and dark (and with a dog-proof latch!).

5 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Buying & Feeding Dry Dog Food

The vast majority of dog owners feed dry dog food to their dogs – and quite a few of them select and store the bags of food in a way that turns a wholesome food into a health hazard for their beloved companions. Are you handling your dog’s food in a safe manner? Or do you regularly make the following mistakes?

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