Love the question , wish I had seen it a few minutes earlier when my husband was here !!
Not me thanks ! Maybe they have test dogs !
This may sound strange but I have tried dog food. I owned dogs, worked with dogs and trained dogs thus, I was curious to see what their food tastes like so I tried some of the dry food. It is quite tasteless, hard, rough and ya ... just boring in my opinion.
LOL @ HattieMattieMae - It's not that bad. Try it and you'll see. I lived ...
This question just made me laugh and think too. Who do you think? For me, when there is an improvement in a certain dog food product, before a conclusion is to be made, they might be undergoing a sort of study or experiment. Let's say, when the dogs like to eat the new product much, then definitely there's is something improved in the food. Although this can't be concluded in just a day, maybe, the study is done in a series of days and see if the appetite of the dogs will change.
We would like to think they bring in a group of dogs and observe how they eat the new and improve dog food. However, it's unclear who the real guinea pigs are.
People test pet food! It may sound disgusting but people are actually paid to test the flavour and smell of pet food. Animal testers are of course also used but the initial tests have to be performed by humans. Dog and cat food is totally edible but because its not everyone's chosen meal time treat you can be paid pretty well to be a tester! Yum!
by jugriffi 9 years ago
My Shihtsu Georgie, died Sept 14, suddenly of pancreatitis. He was never sick a day in his life. He was 15, but even the E.R. vet said he couldnt believe this, said he would probably be ok after some fluids and antibiotics. He had vomiting and diarrea for about 12 hours which became severe in the...
by jamesbrownbete 6 years ago
Our dogs only eat home made!
by Mary Wickison 5 years ago
Isn't it healthier for dogs to eat raw meat than commercially prepared dog food?I am considering changing my dog's diet. Currently they get a mixture of commercial dog food, rice, raw chicken, raw beef heart, carrots, eggs and left-overs. My friend gives her dogs only raw meat, fruit, leaves,...
by DogAllergyDiva 6 years ago
Just curious what brands folks are feeding thier dogs and why? Have you done much research on what is good for your dog? Do you give much preference to brand based on your dog's breed?
by TKLEnt 7 years ago
please what dog food do you feed your dogs/?i love my babies i want them to have the best food...Wefor them thank you Kathy We feed ours Pedigree or kibbles and bits and the little ones eat moist and meaty. They care much for anything else.
by klburrage 7 years ago
I need to know the name of the best dog food that I can feed my adult dogs.bull dog and pit bull?I now feed them Purina Dog Chow. This dog food has been recalled.Milk Bone - Recalled.What food is best for my dogs health and coat?
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