Why we love human grade dog food.
Would you eat a sandwich with a slice of mouldy (and not in the good way) cheese?
When reading a dog food packet, the first five ingredients generally make up 80% of the product, but that doesn’t mean the remaining 20% don’t matter. Any attentive dog owner wants to make sure the first few listed aren’t fillers, and the remaining don’t require a Google search to understand. Just like we want each layer of our sandwich to be made with the best ingredients, our fur babies deserve the same.
Human Grade: A Grade For Dogs
Labels list which ingredients are used, but don’t always indicate their quality. Human grade simply means the ingredients are suitable for human consumption. This doesn’t always mean they are superior – cereals and chocolate are human grade, but not the better choice for your dog. But it does mean that when the human grade label is attached, you can be confident it’s made from humble, quality food sources you can trust.
What we seek out in our own wholesome lifestyle is not so dissimilar to what our pets need, too. We’re not saying you should put dog treats in your lunchbox, we’re just saying that when it’s human grade, you could!
So, how to choose their doggy dinner?