Dr. Karen Becker has almost all the answers regarding the health of your pet! Please check out her videos!!

Follow Kohl Harrington in his adventures documenting the pet food industry and digging for the truth. PET FOOLED is his first documentary, and he is currently working on his next one!

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If you like to read books, make sure you read these!

" Give your dog a bone" and "Grow your pups with bones" by DR. Ian Billinghurst.

MUST SEE TED Talk by Rodney Habib about helping your dog live a good life!

"World War II produced another change in the pet food industry, and this time it wasn’t because of an abundance of anything, rather, it was due to a shortage of tin. The metal was rationed and restricted to military use, and for pet food companies this meant no more cans. The need for a new technology for dog food preservation was prescient, and companies began experimenting with producing dry dog food.

By 1956 the process known as extrusion or kibbling had been developed, and it is the same process used today to make dry dog food. Kibbling involves taking a combination of ingredients – meat meal, grains and vegetables – grinding them together, steaming the mix at high temperatures, then pushing (or extruding) the mixture through a die cut machine to create the little shapes we know as kibble. After the food dries, it is usually sprayed with a mixture of fats, flavors and vitamins to make the product appetizing and nutritious."

Ever wonder how we started making kibbles?

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