When properly formulated, frozen, canned and dry complete foods all sustain a healthy and long life in dogs.
A bowl full of novel ingredients, fewer ingredients or a hypoallergenic recipe may be just what the itchy, uncomfortable pet ordered
China is one of the most dynamic petfood markets worldwide. Learn more at this exclusive industry conference
Alfalfa is found in a number of cat and dog foods, but its safety and nutritional benefits are still being debated.
Consumer demand is driving sales of grain-free, premium and similar products, but that may not be best for pets or the industry over time
Preventative oral care for pets can start in the pet's food bowl, but consumers need to get the facts
From low-calorie cat treats to chia-fueled nutraceutical dog snacks, the pet treat market is full of unique ideas and passionate marketing
When AAFCO, FEDIAF and NRC guidelines differ, it’s not always easy for petfood manufacturers to determine which recommendations to implement.
Nutritionists must partner with suppliers, manufacturers for innovative success
Probiotics are making their way into the pet market in not just petfood, but pet treats, concentrated formulations and novel seeds and grains
Group holds “mid-year” meeting, passes 95% Rule amendment and expands xanthan gum use
The latest research on omega-3 fatty acids, DHA and similar functional petfood ingredients, and why they are important to pet diets
The latest research, products and methods for fighting the pet obesity epidemic
Extension of an agreement with FDA means using the process for a few more years to get new petfood ingredients approved
In developing specialized dog foods, consider marketing strategy in addition to differences in nutrient responses between breeds
Recent studies in the fledgling field of nutrigenomics have shown key changes on the molecular level with the aid of chemical compounds and specific diets
New research and technologies offer tantalizing glimpses of possible breakthroughs in pet nutrition and sustainability
After decades of informal Food and Drug Administration policies for the marketing of these petfoods, the agency has now proposed formal guidance
While this emerging science offers great promise for advancements—and lower costs—in pet nutrition, safety is not yet proven
Pet nutritional supplements are a fast-growing segment of the companion animal market, offering consumers a variety of herbs, vitamins and holistic blends
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