How Unnatural Diets Can Even be Bad for Our Pets! - Reading Guide

How Unnatural Diets Can Even be Bad for Our Pets! - Reading Guide
How Unnatural Diets Can Even be Bad for Our Pets! - Reading Guide
How Unnatural Diets Can Even be Bad for Our Pets! - Reading Guide
How Unnatural Diets Can Even be Bad for Our Pets! - Reading Guide
How Unnatural Diets Can Even be Bad for Our Pets! - Reading Guide
How Unnatural Diets Can Even be Bad for Our Pets! - Reading Guide
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Explore the topic of grain-free diets from the canine world point of view. This guide is 2 pages long and includes short answer questions, as well as an essay question. The 6 page article is included as a PDF and also hyperlinked in the directions as well.

This would take about 30 minutes.

"Bison and chickpeas. Wild boar and sweet potatoes. Kangaroo and lentils.

These are just a few of the spectacularly popular selections of “grain-free” dog

food that have deluged the pet food market in recent years. Dense with exotic

proteins, teeming with legumes favored by health-conscious humans, they are

promoted as delicious as well as nutritious — better for gluten-sensitive bellies,

closer to the ancestral, protein-rich diets of the Yorkie’s savage forebears.

But earlier this month, the Food and Drug Administration announced that it is

investigating a link between these diets and a common type of canine heart

disease."

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4 pages
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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