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When It Comes to Raw Dog Food AAFCO Standards Are Dangerous for Dogs

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Do you feel a sense of comfort and trust in your kibble dog food simply because it has a label which reads "Meets AAFCO Nutritional Standards." Are you certain this is a good thing for your dog? Do you have the belief that the AAFCO - (American Association of Feed Control Officials) regulates, test, certifes and approves the nutritional value of your dog food brand? Think again.

Many new raw feeders want to know why raw pet foods don't carry the AAFCO label and must state "This product is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only."  Find out why the AAFCO standard is not a good thing in the raw feeding community and understand the myth of 100% Complete Nutrition.

Learn more at www.RawDogFoodandCo.com

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