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Types of Information Found On Dog Food Labels
Most dog food labels provide information about the food that is necessary for an informed consumer decision. The label should always include the name and address of the manufacturer, along with a statement indicating that it meets AAFCO requirements for either growth & reproduction, maintenance or all life stages. This provides assurance that a minimum level of nutrition has been met. The ingredients list should appear in order from highest to lowest content by weight, with vitamins and minerals appearing at the end of the list in descending order as required by law. Additionally, feeding instructions based on your dog’s weight can be found on most labels along with nutritional adequacy statements which indicate whether or not each product contains all essential nutrients required for optimal health.
What Claims Can Be Made On Dog Food Labels?
Dog food companies are allowed to make certain claims about their products depending upon what types of testing they have completed, such as for animal palatability tests or nutritional efficacy trials. If there has been no testing done then only general terms like “nutritious” or “balanced” can be used; however if these tests have taken place then more specific claims can be made such as “complete and balanced”, which means it meets all nutrient requirements set forth by AAFCO standards; or “scientifically formulated”, which indicates there is evidence supporting its ability to promote optimal health when fed according to guidelines given on the label.
Reading The Ingredients List
When examining an ingredient list you should look out for any potentially unhealthy ingredients such as artificial preservatives (e.g., BHT), artificial colors (e.g., Red 40), artificial flavors (e.g., MSG) and high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS). You also want to look out for whole foods like meat sources listed first since this indicates higher quality protein content than those made up primarily from plant proteins like cornmeal or wheat flour; however if your pet has allergies/sensitivities it may be best to avoid these animal-based ingredients altogether and opt instead for plant-based proteins like soybean meal which are often hypoallergenic options available in grain free diets designed specifically for dogs with dietary needs/allergies/sensitivities