No offense, but if there were really solid data showing this to be the common case, I seriously doubt so many dogs would be on it and thriving on it just fine. It is kind of like how one is always reading articles about certain people foods that can cause cancer or cause this or that. If these foods commonly caused these disorders I don't think the foods could survive being on the market, there would be too many studies and too much evidence as to how harmful it is. That kind of information I only see when reading competitor foods' labels, when they start going into how harmful the ingredients of other foods are. I think it more likely to be a sales pitch than any proven fact.
Originally posted by CorgiLuvr
I would not go with any of those dog foods, ESPECIALLY anything made by purina. They put preservatives in their food called ethoxquin and proplene glycol that can cause very bad damage to their liver and kidneys.
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