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Most pet food brands developed as an extension of human food brands.
It was a natural progression.
Making pet food grew as a convenient way to use the scraps that were “unfit for human consumption.” Waste would no longer be thrown away, but turned into profit, including hooves, intestines and – in many cases – diseased, dying and cancerous animal parts.
Recent years have seen the industry plagued by atrocious events. Massive recalls. Deplorable factory conditions. Ten of thousands of sickened or dying dogs. And consumers on the verge of outrage.
Amidst it all has blossomed extraordinary human compassion. And an industry claiming to have made a virtuous change.
So Dogington Post went on a mission to find out the state of dog food today. What has changed, really? We investigated and talked with (or tried to) top officials of most major dog food producers.
Some of the things we learned will shock you.
If you have a fur-baby in your family,
you’ll want to read this.
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