Article | April 24, 2024

Ensuring High Quality And Contaminant-Free Pet Foods

By Deb Roepke

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National Dog Day is celebrated annually on August 26th and was established in 2004 by Colleen Paige, a pet and family lifestyle expert, animal rescue advocate, conservationist, dog trainer, and author. Its purpose is to spotlight the plight of animals globally and promote adoption. Notably, even the US Department of Homeland Security commemorates this day, dedicating a podcast to these four-legged friends, who use their remarkable sense of smell to help locate dangerous substances like drugs and explosives.

Ensuring the food we feed these animals is safe from physical contaminants is paramount. This necessitates rigorous inspection by pet food manufacturers before products reach store shelves. Continue reading to learn how to ensure high-quality, contaminant-free pet food.

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