responsible pet ownership

Pet Food Safety: Facts You Can Use

Pet lovers want to feel confident when feeding their dog or cat, and members of the Pet Food Institute (PFI) recognize and take seriously their commitment to making the safest food possible for our four-legged family members. As shoppers may read about heavy metals and their possible presence in pet food, PFI provides the facts […]

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Guest Blog Post: Spotlight on Research into the Human-Animal Bond

By Steve Feldman, Executive Director of the Human Animal Bond Research Institute (HABRI) April 30th marks National Therapy Animal Day, an important day to celebrate the work that therapy animals and their handlers do for people in communities across the country. PFI welcomes Steve Feldman with HABRI to highlight the important research in this field. […]

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Disaster Preparedness for Pets

Updated April 3, 2018 Spring means unpredictable weather. The Pet Food Institute is sharing this article again to highlight the importance of including pets in your disaster preparedness plan. Emergencies come in many forms. Whether you are impacted by a fire, tornado, hurricane or flood, evacuations often come without a lot of warning. While we […]

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A to Z of Pet Food: Vitamin E

Join the Pet Food Institute (PFI) as we continue our look at pet food, from A to Z. Click here to re-visit our previous post on dry pet food. How exactly do the vitamins and minerals listed on a pet food label help our dogs and cats? PFI takes a deeper dive into Vitamin E, […]

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PFI Guest Post: Facts You Can Use when Considering GMO Ingredients

Pets are a part of our families and, as such, pet lovers are increasingly interested in learning more about their dog or cat’s food and researching topics such as how pet food is made, where ingredients come from, and what’s in a label. To help answer some of these questions, the Pet Food Institute recently […]

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