When Choosing Cat Food, Don’t Fall Prey to Premiumization

Marketing a food as “premium” doesn’t make it better for your pet.

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Pound for pound, cat food is typically more expensive than dog food because it tends to contain higher amounts of protein and fat — ingredients that cost more. Fortunately, because cats are often much smaller than dogs, the added expense on a per-pound basis shouldn’t translate to undue strain on your pet food budget. In […]
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