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November 29, 2016

Don’t Be Fooled By The Pet Food Industry

by DePaolo Equine Concepts

At DePaolo Equine Concepts, we focus much of our owner education on equine nutrition.  Many of the popular horse feeds out there contain ingredients that can be detrimental to your horse’s health.  Why are they added if they aren’t healthy for my horse? Because they are cheap, easily accessible and they are appealing to the owner (either visually or aromatically).  The same rings true in the dog and cat food industry.

A new documentary is coming out and we urge to watch it both for your house pets’ benefit and your horse’s benefits.  Much of the information can also be applied to the horse food industry.

The PET FOOleD website describes the film as:

An in depth look at the commercial pet food industry, it’s lack of regulation, and how is has evolved over the years, as it is now owned mostly by 4 conglomerates. We also look into what the actual diet requirements are for Dogs and cats, VS what pet food companies claims, and actually sell. It is something that few of us have taken the time to think about, and it is eye opening when you realize how long they have operated with out ever being challanged.

A screening might be coming to a city near you!

Pet Fooled will be in several cities, reserve your tickets at following links:
>> Chicago:
>> Seattle:
>> Boston:
>> Woodland Hills, CA:
>> Los Angeles, CA
>> Indianapolis, IN
>> Louisville, KY
>> Panama City, FL
>> Arvada, CO


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