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WHAT'S IN YOUR CAT'S FOOD DISH?
It only takes a small amount of study to come to the conclusion that dry food and most canned food is detrimental to cats. There's plenty of evidence to prove that assertion.
Cats are obligate carnivores. This means that, for an optimal health, cats must consume fresh protein (specifically, muscle meat, organs, finely crushed bone, and supplements) with little to no carbohydrates (starches, vegetables, fruit etc.) - Doug Hines
Dr. Becker is a proactive and integrative wellness veterinarian. Her goal is to partner with pet parents seeking to improve their pet's overall health and vitality through wise lifestyle choices "My goal is to not just to identify the root causes of disease and degeneration in pets, but to prevent the body from breaking by taking a proactive stance towards intentionally creating vibrant, thriving animals." Read Dr. Becker's bio and read about her educational credentials and association affiliations here.
What are the best foods to feed your cat(s) and what are the worst?
Dr. Becker has to be the most hard-working person in her profession. In addition to her regular vet services, she also provides us pet-caregivers with a long list of videos to educate us about our critters.
The manufacture’s website info and product label design doesn’t matter. Advertising doesn't matter. Internet product reviews and caregiver’s testimonials don't matter. Whether or not your cats’ “like” it doesn’t matter (all kids like junk food). “If you are feeding canned cat food, the ONLY things that matter to your cats’ future and wellbeing are the ingredients in the can and the quality of those ingredients." - Doug Hines Learn more at CatFoodIngredients.com.
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