Dogs and cats do need protein. But there’s no need to be turned off by some plant-based proteins in a food’s ingredients, says a veterinary nutritionist.
Dogs and cats do need protein. But there’s no need to be turned off by some plant-based proteins in a food’s ingredients, says a veterinary nutritionist. Alice Sky
Dogs and cats do need protein. But there’s no need to be turned off by some plant-based proteins in a food’s ingredients, says a veterinary nutritionist. Alice Sky

Sure, your pet needs protein. But it doesn’t have to be prime rib

August 04, 2017 07:28 AM

UPDATED August 04, 2017 04:25 PM

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