Heavy Metals in Pet Food is Between 8 and 670 Times Higher Than in Human Food

Heavy metals in pet food are carcinogenic

Heavy metal levels in pet food is between eight and 670-times higher than in human food and none was within a level considered safe for humans as found in a study. Veterinary Opinion Karen Becker, a veterinarian, says that if … please continue reading

Endotoxins from dead salmonella in pet food can harm your cat

Endotoxins from dead salmonella in pet food can harm your cat

Endotoxins from dead salmonella in pet food can harm your cat’s health but the FDA are apathetic to the pleas of a well-known pet food expert and consumer advocate, Susan Thixton, to change their stance with respect to this toxin in pet food. please continue reading

The Radura symbol on cat food packaging. Check for it.

The Radura sign on cat food packaging. Check for it.

The Radura symbol indicates that the food has been irradiated to kill bugs and bacteria. It also creates carcinogenic chemicals which can harm pets. Pet food is irradiated to primarily benefit the manufacturer by extending shelf life. It is a cynical process. Watch out for the symbol and avoid these products. please continue reading