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Tomorrow at 4pm Eastern / 1pm Pacific we’re happy to welcome vet nutrition expert Dr. Donna Raditic, DVM, DACVN, CVA.
Dr. Raditic will discuss a groundbreaking independent study led by the Companion Animal Nutrition and Wellness Institute (CANWI). This study is the first of its kind to compare home cooked versus commercially made pet food. We’ll discuss how the study will take place and why pet parent support is so vital to make it happen.
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22 February 2013
That will be fascinating!!! Sooooo much confusion and differing opinions on what is the best route to take.
I wish they could add products similar to Honest Kitchen (just as an example) as a third scenario to add to the comparison.
Thanks for always bringing important studies like this to our attention.
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You know I’m pretty sure the study will be based on commercial kibble versus home cooked fresh, but I’ll try to remember to ask if foods like Honest Kitchen will be included. Great idea, thanks.