The words natural and healthy are not always accurate on pet food packages
San Francisco, California (PRWEB) August 31, 2013
Pet food companies pull in millions of dollars in the United States and not all ingredients are healthy for pets, according to the information on the new http://www.petspy.com website. This homemade dog food website has now examined the commercial dog food industry to compare ingredients to help educate owners of pets about the nutrition plans for their animals.
“The words natural and healthy are not always accurate on pet food packages,” said a source for the Pet Spy website. This company helps pet owners by offering the best dog food reviews for natural sources and some store bought brands in specialty stores.
Comparisons that have been made through research have confirmed the varying levels of natural and refined ingredients that are placed into pet foods sold in the U.S.
The levels of sodium or other preservatives that can be placed into the majority of pet foods are for storage purposes. Foods are expected to remain for months at a time without expiration, according to the PetSpy.com website.
“High levels of sodium in some dog foods can cause kidney issues in pets of any age that cannot be reversed leading to premature death in some cases,” the source added.
The comparisons that are now made on the Pet Spy website have been placed into accessible content online that includes streaming videos, e-books and blog content. Owners of pets who are seeking ways to make homemade dog food to avoid commercial brands could benefit from this resource.
Plans are now in place to expand the content this is now online to include more pet food information. The company researchers work daily to help inform the public with independent comparisons that are based on research and pet industry studies.
The PetSpy.com website was launched to help educate pet owners about proper nutrition for animals. This company is comprised of expert researchers and contributors who uncover facts about pet foods through research. This company helps to promote healthy pet dining through e-books, articles and other periodicals online. The PetSpy.com website features updated content on a regular basis to inform the general public how to keep animals safe when instituting a healthy diet. This company provides streaming videos and other resources direct to owners of pets.