Most people do not pay much attention to their food labels much less their pet’s food labels. After all, it is a $53 million dollar industry, so we assume that as consumers, we are buying something of quality. Even the labels show dogs and cats running and jumping around because they are so happy to be eating that product. However, did you know that pet food labels can lie to you? While other food industries are closely scrutinized by the Federal Trade Commission, this multi-billion dollar a year industry is privileged to continue to lie to consumers penalty free.
In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, Susan Thixton, Animal Advocate and Founder of the Truth About Pet Food (http://www.truthaboutpetfood.com.com) talks to host, June Stoyer about what consumers should know about pet food. Susan will share some secrets to pet food advertising to prevent you from being caught up in the pet food advertising scam. While some pet foods lie, others do not. How can you tell the difference? Learn about some of the most popular pet food ingredients; what they are, which ingredients are quality ingredients and which are not. Susan will also discuss tips for all pet owners to learn how to decipher the truth from the lies.