More pet food recalls …

Two brands of premium dog food because of mold growth and two brands of cat food due to thiamine deficiency.

Ask me why I feed raw …

Speaking of feeding kibble.  I was looking at some photos of Border Collies on various Blogs and I noticed something quite common in many of the photos: an incredibly narrow muzzle and head structure.  Many of the dogs had what I’d call a pin heads.  Is this because they were weaned on and fed kibble throughout their lives rather than food that they have to bite or tear?  If puppies are weaned on meat and bone, do they naturally develop a stronger (wider) jaw structure?

It makes sense to me, especially in light of reading this article.

One thing for sure, we don’t need canine or feline toothbrushes here.

Until later …

2 Replies to “More pet food recalls …”

  1. “Many of the dogs had what I’d call a pin heads. Is this because they were weaned on and fed kibble throughout their lives rather than food that they have to bite or tear?”

    No, that’s called GENETICS :0)

  2. I Agree. Structural and other damage from poor quality food passes through the generations, especially if the offspring are fed the same crap food.

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