Think it can’t happen to you or your dogs?
We all hope bad things won’t happen to us. We think it can’t happen to us, it’s always someone else. Unfortunately, this concept applies to pet food just as much as anything else.
When a pet food recall happens, it’s easy to think,”Well, my dog’s food wasn’t on the list.” But could there be problems with your brand too, either in the future, or at the current time and you just don’t know about it?
One of the latest recalls is from Hill’s; the company issued a voluntary recall due to potentially elevated vitamin D levels in many of their products.
So let me ask you this:
Are you willing to totally surrender control over your dog’s food intake? I know I’m not.
It might be worth it to spend a little time learning and start making your own dog food. It is safer, healthier and often even more affordable!
Sarah PS…You can see the FDA page here, with a list of recalled products.
My Mission – Dog Health and Happiness!
I am on a mission to help you feed your dogs a truly supportive diet. Reach out to me for help.
My name is Sarah Whitman, and I am the founder of DogFoodCoach.com. Pictured with me is Cori, my soulmate and inspiration for DogFoodCoach.com.
I believe my love and concern for animals was inborn, and is not going anywhere.
About Dog Food Coach
I’ve been studying human and animal nutrition since 1996. My work, or mission, on behalf of animals began long before then, and over the years I’ve had the pleasure of working with a number of nonprofit animal protection organizations.
Around 2008, I founded DogFoodCoach.com after I started removing commercial dog food from my dog’s diet, and began replacing it with real, homemade, simple food for my own soulmate dog, Cori. Once I got rolling, I never looked back. I believe the best pet food is not “pet food” at all. It’s real, whole food you can buy at your own grocery store or online. Contact me for help.