Florida Video Crew Gets the Scoop with CNBC
Your pet’s food may not be as healthy as you think it is. CNBC and our Florida video crew interview the woman who’s behind the “Truth About Pet Food” movement.
CNBC and our Florida Video Crew get the Scoop on what’s in your Pet Food
A few years ago one of Susan Thixton‘s dogs died of bone cancer. Her vet linked it to a chemical in his dog food. That chemical is still approved by the FDA. The TruthAboutPetFood.com author is trying to change that – for her dogs and cats sake, and others. Dr. Joseph J. Wakshlag, vet nutritionist at Cornell says the AAFCO, the Association of American Feed Control Officials, requires no testing by pet food manufacturers. It is up to the consumer to get answers before buying their pet food.
CNBC sat down with both and you’ll want to double check before buying your next bag of pet food.
Watch the full piece here.