More Pets Being Fed Homemade, Raw Diets, U of G Research Reveals

More Pets Being Fed Homemade, Raw Diets, U of G Research Reveals

New University of Guelph research reveals that only 13 per cent of dogs and one-third of cats are eating conventional pet foods exclusively, a finding that could mean that some pet owners are putting their animals’ health at risk.

Go to full article: https://news.uoguelph.ca/2020/07/more-pets-being-fed-homemade-raw-diets-u-of-g-research-reveals/

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