01 May '11, 1pm

What My Dog Taught Me About Being an Omnivore

"Regional?," I thought. Regional if you are in Canada...but this is Italy. Suspicions of greenwashing suffused my subsequent research. But the company behind Orijens reflects the values I embrace in my human diet. They apply the term "biologically appropriate" to a food which is protein-dense, and largely free of the carbohydrate-rich grains that constitute the bulk of most dog foods. I like the idea that no chicken or turkey suffers from industrial farming methods just so I can indulge the ultimate luxury of feeding a domesticated wolf. That my dog is eating fresh ingredients, never frozen much less treated with chemicals before being incorporated into shelf-stable dried kibbles.

Full article: http://www.treehugger.com/files/2011/05/what-puppy-taught...

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What My Puppy Taught Me About Being an Omnivore

treehugger.com 01 May '11, 1pm

What My Puppy Taught Me About Being an Omnivore Image: Christine Lepisto The natural instincts driving puppies can barely ...