With the memory of the melamine natural pet food reviews
scare still fresh in the minds of many, the Environmental Working Group is publicizing a new threat: car parts
potentially toxic doses of fluoride in dog food.
An EWG analysis found troubling levels of fluoride in 8 of 10 dog foods tested. The concentration of fluoride was up to 2.5 times higher exercise balls
than the safe level the EPA sets for drinking water. Some puppies may be exposed to five times this limit.
The fluoride in dog food originates in bone meal and animal by-products. EWG recommends choosing dog food brands free of bone meal and rc helicopters
meat by-product ingredients like chicken by-product meal, poultry by-product meal, chicken meal and beef meal.http://articles.mercola.com/sites/artic ... oison.aspx
Interesting, thanks for the article I'll think twice about the dog foods I buy from now on.