Just like the veterinary (pet) industry is pushing CBD as being ‘as good as’ or even SIMILAR to THC cannabinoids, so is the industry pushing fresh / frozen dog food rolls as a ‘form’ of raw or meat-based diet feeding.
People ASSUME that when they feed a “meat based” diet in a fresh / frozen ‘tube’ of food that it is “RAW” (served ‘thawed’) and not dry, but ALSO low carbohydrate.
HALF OF WHAT YOU see in tubes and on end caps are NOTHING but dry food bloated in water and rolled into a tube to be ‘like’ low carb or raw meat diets.
“This meaty dog food roll will appeal to even the pickiest eater with a delicious taste. ”
Say things like “meaty” in the same sentence as “dog food roll” and people think it’s a low carb or meat based diet. That you keep it refrigerated or frozen seems to make people think it’s raw or even meat-based.
Sadly, this trash isn’t “meaty” or ‘raw’ at all.
Diet Analysis: Crude Protein 11.0% minimum Crude Fat 6.5% minimum Crude Fiber 4.0% maximum Moisture 43%
- Diet 100%
You know what’s WORSE? Trying to get a “picky” dog to eat using “delicious” as your leverage. That is precisely what makes dogs fat. When a dog is “picky” it has achieved it’s full, healthy weight. “Getting it to eat” after that is just overriding it’s brain’s protective endocrinology and packing on the calories.
“Getting it to eat” after that is just overriding it’s brain’s protective endocrinology and packing on the calories.
Read down the ingredients lists on some of these ‘delicious’ “meaty” diets:
“Sugar, Chicken, Glycerin, Pea Fiber, Molasses” <- see anything you’d rather keep out of your dog’s belly?
PS: I know my site runs ads which may include diets like this in the advertising. Ho hum.