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When properly formulated, frozen, canned and dry complete foods all sustain a healthy and long life in dogs.
Greg Aldrich, PhD
May 15, 2013
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Soybean products are good protein sources for both adult and growing dogs, provided they are heat treated before diet extrusion.
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Compositional analysis of raw meat sources is necessary for proper diet formulation.
Neuropeptide W may play an important central role in the feeding intake and energy balance control in mammals.
Leading suppliers conduct ongoing research to understand pet palatability and develop innovative products
New findings range from combining good taste for pets with pleasant smells for owners to understanding the biology of how pets experience their food
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Nature's Variety offers the Instinct Pork Formula diet for all life stages of dogs and cats.
Southwest Canyon from Taste of the Wild is a petfood formula that features wild boar as an exotic protein source.
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