Evaluation and use of pet foods: general considerations in using pet foods for adult maintenance

F A Kallfelz
Veterinary Clinics of North America. Small Animal Practice 1989, 19 (3): 387-402
Questions regarding pet animal nutrition are probably among the most frequent queries encountered by companion animal veterinarians. Given the plethora of pet food products available and the amount of advertising used to promote them, it is not surprising that pet owners have concerns as to what they should feed their pets. This "practical" review of pet foods and feeding is designed to assist veterinarians in making nutritional recommendations to their clients, with respect to feeding normal adult pets at maintenance.

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