I was always taught that high heat denatures nutritional value of food. With that said is that how most kibble is made? Does the company Sundays air dried process get around this issue?Is it even an issue? Thank you so much for your time
Also I wanted to Know if dog food is nutritionally tested by the ingredients that are put in it or nutritionally tested after the food is made? Thus testing the actual process of making the cable and how it might affect the end nutritional value of the food product.
Kibble not cable !John MParticipant
I think wet food is best for dogs. If still ‘wild’ out there hunting in packs. they would be eating whole bodies of prey, which are WET. Full of blood and other fluids.
Not this dried up over baked crunchy things we get our dogs to eat…..
My 2 cents vote is,
go find a decent WET food to prevent multiple health problems coming onto your beloved fur kid. And i think rotating brands is best, too. Not just one food for eons and eons, but use various brands, to prevent overdosing on this or that bad ingredient.
DFA does list “Best WET foods for dogs” somewhere on the home page.
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