When shopping for dog food, the first thing you see on the label could be the name of the food. Like, the meals might be called something such as "Gourmet Beef Dinner" but did you know that if it is labelled as "Gourmet Beef Dinner,"
it may legally contain 70% fish? That's right. I'm not kidding. Dog food called "Gourmet Beef Dinner" can legally contain more fish than beef. It may also legally contain road kill, euthanized dogs and cats, zoo animals, cancerous tumors, and diseased chickens.
With respect to the particular batch of food it originates from, "Gourmet Beef Dinner" could contain a healthy dose of dead giraffe from the zoo that died from died from mysterious causes, roadkill skunk (fur and all), or various types of diseased birds (feathers and all).
Just how dog food labels read is in fact very complicated and problematic for consumers to interpret. It is exceedingly difficult to know what is actually going on. This really is absolutely intentional and pet food companies pay lobbyists a bundle to help keep it that way. mito cat food review in bd
Although the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does establish some federal regulations (compliance is another ball of worms), by and large the pet food industry polices itself via the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO). This really is like the fox guarding the hen house.