Pet Food Scandal

Dog Eat Dog…

Do You REALLY Know What’s in Your Dog’s Food?

WARNING: This article contains disturbing facts about the food your pet eats. We urge you – for the love and health of your pet - to read it, educate yourself, and take the action at the end of the article.

 Have you seen this recent headline in the news lately? 


Yes, a California-based pet food company has been caught using recycled pets as cheap protein in its popular dog food.  

How They Got Caught

The labels on the dog-food they were selling were marked ‘organic’.

However, a concerned pet owner sent the cans out to a lab to be tested to see if the food they were feeding their beloved pet really lived up to its organic claim.

The Jaw Dropping Truth of What’s REALLY Found In Your Pet’s Food

Not only did it NOT make the grade but the food tested positive for pentobarbital — a chemical that’s used by veterinarians to euthanize pets (put them to sleep)! 1

How Does This and Other Deadly Chemicals Get into Your Pets Food?

The pet food industry is almost completely unregulated and in the quest for the cheapest possible protein, companies are using euthanized cats and dogs as ingredients under the “animal byproduct meal” name.

If a pet food contains “animal byproduct meal” then pretty much any animal that’s not a bird can be in the food, including animals that were euthanized.

You Can Forget the FDA When It Comes to Protecting Fido

The FDA openly allows diseased meat and rotting animal carcasses into pet foodwithout warning you.

The Food, Drug & Cosmetic Act governs the safety of all food, meaning the food you eat and the food your pets eat is supposed to be held to the same standard.

However, the FDA has written what they call “Compliance Policies”. Compliance Policies are FDA decisions to what part of the law they are going to enforce, and what they are going to ignore.

And guess what…

Pet food consisting of material from diseased animals or animals which have died otherwise than by slaughter, which is in violation of 402(a)(5) will not ordinarily be actionable, if it is not otherwise in violation of the law. It will be considered fit for animal consumption.” – FDA Policy2

Translation: the above FDA Compliance Policy means – dead, diseased, decomposed, dying animals – illegal materials are freely allowed to be used in pet food. With no disclosure to consumers.

Proper Nutrition is Fundamental for Keeping All Dogs Healthy 

Here at The DailyLifer, we are not only pet owners but pet lovers. 

We want what’s best for your pet each and every day. And ideally that means pets should eat unprocessed whole foods – just like humans.

You see, diet directly affects your dog’s skin and coat, weight, energy level, and even their tummies.

If a problem occurs in one of these areas, it may be linked to improper diet.

So, only choose a high-quality dog food made by a reputable company.

Here is Where You’ll Find Healthy, All-Natural Dog Food

That’s why we have found this site that lists only natural, healthy dog food.

Interested in feeding your dog the top quality, nutritious food available without any ‘hidden’ junk? Then go to this site now.

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