Our beloved pets are everything to us. When you come home from work or even just go out for ten minutes, they’re all over us with excitement every single time. They go out there way to make us happy, because that’s all they ever want, is to please us. We pet owners would do the exact same thing for our cherished pets, making them as happy as we can.
However when providing pet food, just how clear is food labelling on the products we buy for our pets? Last year, information was gathered on how misleading and confusing labels were found on food label packaging.
Some pet owners are unaware of the additional necessities needed for their beloved animals. More details can be found here. Further research has been carried out by Data label to see how pet food is labelled accordingly.
Recognising authentic information on labelling
They’re multiple questions we can ask about the data supplied on labels. Do we receive the correct information from food labels? Are we providing enough protein and nutrients for our pets? Some pet owners may be oblivious into providing the extra necessities certain pets require.
All pets need their healthy growth and correct amounts of protein. You need to be careful when selecting the correct supplier and amount of food. Too much food can be bad and not enough can be worse. It’s trying to find the right balance and being able to detect which is suitable for you and your much loved pet.
When approaching your pet food study the labels thoroughly, try to find out important useful information as it might help out you and more importantly, your pet. The label should state feeding guidelines and correct supplies of food being handed out. Read the small prints as
There are ways to seek out the ideal bag of food that you need:
- Free samples of food – Read the labels carefully and if appropriate try it out to see whether or not your pet likes the taste. This is a great way to try out new types of food.
- Forget top named brands/high prices – Do some research or word of mouth seeking out new and different foods that might be the perfect fit with your pet. Turn to independent brands which are giving you the correct supplement of nutrients at an affordable cost.
- Veterinarian advice – For any general enquiry you have, take yourself down to the vets. They offer great advice and guidance for pet owners pondering over whether or not there treasured animal is being looked after the correct way. They can give you facts on exact measurements of protein your pet needs, and any direction to what you can buy and provide for your animal.
Getting it right
Each pet requires different protein and nutrients from one another. They’re all different, just like ourselves. Ranging from different sizes, weight and height. Make sure the labels aren’t misleading or not supplying you with the correct information as distributing out food is vital.
For an example, dogs; comparing food you’d supply for the little ones, towards a bigger dog like a blood hound, the foods portion sizes are way larger. So much so, a months’ worth of food for the small dog, for example a dachshund, is just a weeks’ worth or even a few days’ worth for larger dogs.