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New Segment Shows That the Health of our family pets are of Increasing Importance to Consumers
(PRWEB) August 15, 2014
Today, more people treat their dogs like family members than ever before. As the number of canines in homes across the country rises, canine nutrition is now more important than ever. Just as we are striving to get out own bodies in better shape and our own diets cleaned up, more and more people are working to ensure that their dogs have the best nutrition possible as well, and are eating clean, non-processed foods.
On an upcoming segment of the Leading Edge with host Jimmy Johnson, the subject of canine nutrition will be discussed with industry experts. The show hopes to let pet parents know what types of foods are available and optimum for our pets. The content is designed to let consumers know the options that are available to effectively feed their dogs to make their quality of life much as high as possible.
The Leading Edge team will be talking with top nutritionist as well as top veterinarians about what foods, what brands, and what types of meals are best for out furry friends. With a special focus on choosing the right brands, how to feed, and how much each dog breed needs to eat. The segment hopes to enlighten pet parents and help them determine what type of nutrition is going to get their dogs in the best shape. It is important that when you purchase or adopt an animal you know the basics of caring for them. This segment hopes to take away a bit of doubt and issue when it comes to how to properly feed your dogs to get the most out of them and to give the most back to them.
Leading Edge is not affiliated with PBS. It is independently delivered to Public Television stations. To learn more, visit leadingedgeseries(dot)com.
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