Should You Switch Your Pet to Organic Food?

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Many people are choosing to buy organic foods in order to live a healthy lifestyle and protect the natural environment. But should pet owners also make the switch for their pets? Organic pet foods can be found virtually everywhere, but what exactly are the benefits of organic pet foods?

The main benefit of changing to organic pet food is promoting your pet’s health. Many of these foods support canine and feline health by including essential vitamins and minerals such as B12, vitamin E, and zinc oxide.  They are  usually  prepared with natural ingredients such as organic turkey, brown rice, vegetables and flaxseed meal.

You may think that organic pet foods may be too expensive for your budget, but not true!  There are  many affordable organic pet foods and snacks available. Many pet owners who have made the switch state that they now feed their pets less, because the food is more filling and nutritionally sound.    So should you make the switch to organic pet food? The answer should be quite clear”¦ doesn’t your pet deserve the very best?


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5 comments on «Should You Switch Your Pet to Organic Food?»

  1. Betty says:

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  2. Carole says:

    What kind of organic cat food do you recommend? I would love to feed my cats organic cat food, but they are very picky and I’m having a hard time getting them to change their diet.

    1. Carole, I totally understand. I have 4 cats and each of them seems to have a picky palate – but they all seem to like Newman’s Own organic cat food, both wet and dry – as well as Blue Buffalo.

  3. Lisa says:

    For the past few years, we’ve been feeding our cockerspaniel Castor & Pollux Organix Lamb & Rice. If we try new/different brands or any other type of meat (ie chicken) from the Castor & Pollux collection, then she’ll break out. So far, we’ve found that she’s allergic to anything that has chicken meal, turkey meal (anything with the word meal), wheat, soy and chicken meat. We also found that almost every type of dog brand has at least one of those ingredients. -_-

    Do you suggest any good brands out there that’s pretty similar to the specific brand we’ve been using?

  4. connie says:

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