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Pet food

Pet food is plant or animal material intended for consumption by pets. Typically sold in pet stores and supermarkets, it is usually specific to the type of animal, such as dog food or cat food. Most meat used for nonhuman animals is a byproduct of the human food industry, and is not regarded as "human grade".

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When looking at the ingredient list on the back of a can or bag of cat food, pay particular attention to the first 5 ingredients in the list. Try not to buy foods that include -Corn/Corn gluten meal -Animal/Meat by-product or meal -Any kind of grain -Brewers yeast/rice Why? More about it at bettyvine.wordpress.com

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