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Journal September 2011 (Vol 32, No 9)

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Pet Food Labels: Reading Between the Lines by Joan M. Smith , AAS, CVT

1. Which part of a pet food label indicates whether a food is complete and balanced?
2. If the nutritional adequacy statement indicates that a pet food has been formulated to meet established nutrient levels, which of the following is true?
3. Pet food ingredients are listed in
4. The guaranteed analysis on pet food labels lists the _________ levels of protein and fat.
5. By-products in pet foods
6. Who regulates pet food?
7. What does “natural” mean on a pet food label?
8. Which of the following influence(s) food intake?
9. Corn gluten does not contain the corn’s
10. By-products are an excellent source of
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