As I was perusing the “New Movies Added” section, I came across a movie called PET FOOleD. I have not watched it (yet), but based on the title & the trailer, I can safely assert that it is about the pet food industry.
Though I am not a canine nutritionist, nor a vet, I have done a lot of reading about canine nutrition and do believe that we should not blindly purchase what is being marketing to us.
Some interesting reads along the years have come from the Whole Dog Journal. I was a subscriber for a few years. A big part of their mission is to educate people about nutrition and canine health.
The Dog Food Project has also been eye opening. There are a lot of articles on this website. Some may need updating, but a lot of great quality information. I particularly like how it is organized, with sections on reading labels, choosing a better dry food, determining how much protein is too much protein, feeding your dog a vegetarian or vegan diet, and so on. I don’t think they’ve forgotten to include anything! You could certainly spend days reading the content on that website.
The Dog Food Advisor is another good site. Though it has a lot of US brands that we don’t carry here in Canada, it also ranks dog foods that are only available in Canada. I love how everything is analyzed and easy to follow. Dog food brands are given a star rating. You can look up a specific brand, see how it graded and why, and make a better choice. I like this as a quick reference guide. However, I much prefer the aforementioned sites before you learn how to read labels and can make a sound choice without second guessing.
If you’re curious about the Pet Fooled movie, here’s a trailer. If you’ve seen it, let me know what you thought of it!