- Sweet Potatoes
- Chicken Liver
- By-Products (non-muscle meats)
- Meat Meals (pulverized tissues)
- Soybean and Corn Gluten Meal
- Pea Protein and Potato Starch
- Artificial Colors and Flavors
Most pet foods contain pulps, powders, and sprays.
Good thing Pet Plate only contains whole foods.
rendered meats ?
A big fat. NO
“All rendered meats are considered ‘unfit for human consumption.’ If we shouldn’t eat it, neither should our pets!” – petMD
artificial preservatives, colors, flavors
Even us, hoomans, try to avoid these things.
So they can’t be good for our pets, right?
Slow-cooked in a USDA facility and flash frozen to preserve nutrients
Cooked at ultra-high temperatures, which zaps out the nutrients
Imagine cooking your food to 500 degrees?!
No wonder kibble looks like little burnt balls.
Made with real ingredients and every batch is tested for quality control to ensure that the food you feed your pet is SAFE
Made with inferior ingredients and often recalled due to pathogens or high level of vitamins, and even euthanasia drugs!
Surprise: There have been nearly 100 dog food recalls in the past year.