Healthy Food for Pets
When Susan Hua was 16, she lost a bubbly Siamese cat named Oreo at the tender age of 8 due to severe kidney failure. At the time, she wasn’t disappointed with the commercial pet food industry – she was livid! Despite throwing cancer-causing agents (like ethoxyquin) or anemia-inducing preservatives (like sodium benzoate) into their products, commercial pet food manufacturers were still able to convince customers to buy bags of the stuff every month. It bewildered her.
“Oreo was supposed to live until 16 years old, at the minimum, and his last few months were a constant agony as struvite crystals developed in his bladder,” Susan explains. “In 2002, I took the plunge to make my own food for my pets that I knew were good for them. It practically safeguards me from every pet food recall and it makes a world of difference: My pets’ coats are shinier, they have tons of energy and they have a lower risk of developing diet-related diseases later in life. Overall, I have happier and healthy pets”
After 10 years of research and her active involvement with a network of vets, pet nutritionists and animal lovers, Susan now shares the same fresh, all-natural products she feeds her own beloved pets with the public. “In essence, BIOethics Pet Food is real human food – we use only restaurant-quality meat and we procure local ingredients when possible,” she states. This conscientiously prepared and nutritionally formulated pet food can be found in Southern California farmer’s markets or delivered to your home or office weekly.
BIOethics Pet Food stands apart from other fresh pet food companies by loading each meal with at least 80% USDA-approved ground and chunk meats. They don’t skimp on other ingredients either. Milk/egg protein, supplements (vitamin B5, B6, B12, E, taurine, etc.), healthy grains (brown rice, rolled oats) and seasonal vegetables and/or fruits round out each formula. Dog owners can choose beef, bison, chicken or turkey while cat owners can opt for chicken, salmon or turkey. For convenience, meals are packaged in containers for daily, weekly or bi-weekly supplies.
“My goal in ownership of BIOethics Pet Food is to help promote the benefits of farm-fresh dogs & cats’ food while providing a better quality of life for as many pets as possible,” adds Susan. “We use the term ‘Bioethics’ because we have an ethical obligation to feed your pets food that’s beneficial for them. If the ingredients are good, we add them. If the ingredients are bad, we skip them. We’re not taking shortcuts by adding sugar, salt or food coloring.”
Preservative, additive and chemical free, BIOethics Pet Food is a wise investment in your dog or cat’s health now and can mean many years of healthy, happy pets while avoiding expensive vet bills. “If you love your pets, don’t take them to pet yoga or facials,” Susan concludes. “Instead, feed them nutritious, well-balanced and all-natural food. Your dog or cat will suffer less in the long run and you’ll have a peace of mind that you’re feeding them the very best diet.”
To learn where you can find BIOethics Pet Food at a farmer’s market near you or to order online, visit www.BioethicsPetFood.com.