Pet food quality goes beyond the ingredients being correct. Quality means the necessary elements are clean refreshing and unadulterated. All the ideal components being contained in the required amounts are useless if there’s toxicity.
Just like hemp pet treats, our pets should eat their vegetables. Can you not wash vegetables, before their being included in your pet’s diet, just as you would on your own? Even if you’re an organic gardener just how much of the dirt which you planted vegetables in is indeed free from sort of poison. Are the fish components into your pet’s food without any toxins? Maybe the pet food maker gets its fish out of a contaminated water supply. What if the fowl that is in your dog’s food came out of a poultry farm which did not take care of the health of the fowl. Perhaps these fowl were egg layers, who at the conclusion of their usefulness were offered to a pet food maker. Can the producer that bought those items care about the quality of those cows?
If pet food makers genuinely care about the character of the components used, then how do you explain the fact that present news includes information on these matters as frogs found in dog food? How do you tell the melamine and salmonella recalls that we as pet owners have become so aware of over the last several years? To make matters worse, what happens once you get in touch with a manufacturer of pet food to complain about the quality of meals? They give you answers such as we’ll send you some free meals, or some coupons to use while buying their lunches the next time. Why would anyone want to continue using food that has had issues like a recall, or someone finding a frog at the dog food can? It is beyond my comprehension!
Several fundamental questions to ask of any pet food manufacturer:
1. What are the ingredients?
2. What is the guaranteed analysis of the product?
3. Do you validate the quality of your ingredients, and if so how?
Pet owners should question where the components come from! Are parts being produced or increased for consumption by pets or humans? Were the components raised or developed for other functions, then sold off for use in pet products? Pet owners must also ask how old the food is. Has it ever been sitting in a warehouse for over a few months?
These are some examples of high-quality critical questions that pet owners must ask producers of the pet’s food. Correct ingredients being from the menu, in the ideal amounts don’t equate to quality. Quality variables ate different and distinct from components.
Q-PRISE LLC provides natural pet products which are environmentally friendly, holistic, wholesome, physical, and produced using the best quality ingredients available. We give back to the community and their pets through donating time, supplies, and money for projects that are caring and healthy for both pets and people.