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Unfortunately our dogs cannot read….therefore we carry the enormous responsibility to make choices for them which are both considered and informed. As humans we are able to make choices about how we eat, we can research healthy options and choose whether to eat healthily or not. Our dogs to do not have that luxury and are somewhat at our mercy to feed them a healthy balanced diet that will keep them safe and protect them from future disease.
Dog food companies are not always transparent about ingredients and more importantly the preparation process and the impact that has on the vitamins and minerals they claim to include.

 

Dog Food Analysis
As consumers we believe we are doing our best for our dog by buying known brands who claim to be filled with all of the best dog vitamins and minerals a dog needs to lead a full and active life. Unfortunately the best dog vitamins and minerals required to keep a dog healthy and prevent disease are often cost prohibitive to include in regular dog food at the levels needed, so are added in at token levels or not at all. The balance of vitamins, minerals and amino acids is very important to produce the desired effect, too low levels are completely counterproductive. Som
e of the ingredients that claim to be included are useless without a binding agent and often these are not included as they are expensive. To put it simply…one ingredient without the necessary bind agent/amino acid…will simply be excreted by the dog and all goodness wasted.

 

The process of producing commercial pet food, wet or dry involves heating to extreme temperatures to meet the preservative requirements and mass production. This practice destroys most if not all of the vitamins and minerals that may have been naturally occurring or added in to the product. As a result the original recipe is very much changed in terms of nutritional content from the start of production to the end product. Many of the amino acids, vitamins and minerals are lost in the intense heat or are rendered useless to the dog.
Many companies including discount dog food companies are afraid of being explicit about the ingredients included in their products for fear of being exposed or having their formulation copied, but where does that leave you as the consumer, trying to make an informed decision about the nutritional welfare of your dog?

At Winston & Porter ® we are very transparent about the ingredients in our dog health products, the amounts and how realistically the product should last for you and your dog based on our recommended measures. 

We have over 20 years experience in Pharmaceuticals and Nutraceuticals and it is still a minefield!

 

Our ethos is to do the best for your dog, 'Because Your Dog deserves the Best'.


 

 

 

 


 

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