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Source:  The Suburban

Those specializing in species appropriate nutrition and integrative holistic medicine have long known that there was something very deeply wrong about the inner workings of the commercial pet food industry, its very close relationship with veterinary institutions, and the link that exists with the quality of ingredients used and the rate of disease and illness that are occurring in dogs and cats today.

“Pet Fooled,” currently streaming on Netflix, is a brilliant expose on the inner workings of this billion dollar pet food industry and explores the conflict of interest and collusion that exists between pet food manufacturers and what is being sold on the shelves of trusted veterinarians and pet shops.

Read the story at The Suburban.

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