Amino Acid In Pet Food

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Amino acids are organic compounds that are classified in various ways. They are a big part of healthy muscles, cells and tissues and form the building blocks to an array of proteins .

Amino acids are important in our pet’s menu as some are considered “essential”, as they cannot be created in an animal’s body, so must be consumed in their pet-food. What is essential to one animal species may be different to another so it’s important to read your pet-food label.

 

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This web page is based on the research and conversations that we have had with various people and professionals on the subject of dogs and is not intended to replace veterinary care for your animals. We do not accept liability for errors or omissions. A vet, dog nutritionist or other trained professional should always be consulted with any canine concerns, or before changing any feeding or care regime. Also, treats are meant to be fed to your dog occasionally. If there is a food that is not healthy for your dog or you have any other concerns then consult your vet.

 

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