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Do dairy ingredients like colostrum, milk, whey, cheese, and yogurt have a place in pet foods? Wysong discusses here.
Why include Methionine in cat foods? Wysong explains the rationale for Methionine as a pet food ingredient here.
What is Montmorillonite Clay's purpose in pet foods? Wysong explains here.
What are Mung Bean Sprouts and why are they found in some pet foods? Basic details here.
Wysong uses probiotics and enzymes in pet food because of their very beneficial nutrient properties. Learn more about probiotics and enzymes in pet foods here.
What are proteinates and why are they included in some pet foods? Learn more about proteinates in pet foods here.
Some purported experts claim that pet foods with soy should be avoided. Wysong discusses the nutritional merits of soy in pet foods here.
Taurine is a vital nutrient in cat foods, and arguably dog foods as well. Learn about the role of taurine in pet foods here.
This article discusses the safety of vitamin and mineral supplementation in general, and the role of vitamins and minerals in pet foods.
Wysong uses Vitamin C in pet food for its antioxidant properties. Vitamin C is not harmful to cats and dogs if delivered in moderation. More info here.
What is the role of Vitamin D in pet foods? Wysong discusses the benefits and reasons for Vitamin D in pet foods here.
Wysong uses Vitamin K in pet food helps to prevent osteoporosis, oxidative cell damage, and assist with blood clotting. More info here.
Should pet foods contain salt? That largely depends on the quality and characteristics of the salt. See our discussion salt in pet foods here.
Yeast is included in Wysong pet food because it is a natural and extremely rich source of B-vitamins and other nutrients. Learn more here.
Some pet foods contain Turmeric. Here is an explanation on the properties and benefits of turmeric.
Kelp is included in some Wysong pet foods because of its nutrient properties and value. Learn more about kelp in pet foods here.
Wysong uses lecithin in pet food for neurological health. Lecithin is a part of virtually every cell membrane in the body. Learn more here.
Why include limestone in pet foods? Find out why some pet foods incorporate limestone here.
Why is Methionine included as an ingredient in pet foods? Learn more about Methionine in pet foods here.
Wysong includes Enterococcus Faecium in many of its pet foods. Here's an explanation of the benefits and reasons why.
Many Wysong pet foods contain fish oil. Learn about the health benefits and reasons for including fish oil in pet foods here.
Wysong uses flax seeds in its pet foods to boost nutritional and health value. Learn more about flax seeds in pet foods here.
Are fruits and vegetables a natural component of the canine and feline diet? And do they have a place in pet foods? Wysong discusses here.
Some Wysong pet foods contain garlic because of its antioxidant and anti-cancer properties, and it is a great source of prebiotics. Learn more here.
Poultry (chicken) giblets are included in many Wysong pet foods because they're a part of the natural canine/feline diet. More information here.