- Competition for Shelf Space and Low Price - Ever wonder why there are so many varieties of pet foods from the same pet food manufacturer - small kibble, large chunk, medium breed, active lifestyle, indoor cat, etc, etc... Could it be that the more varieties a pet food company has, the more shelf space they can dominate and catch your eye? This kind of fierce competition also creates price wars which may cause corners to be cut on ingredient quality.
- Inadequate Education - Buying your pet food from a store oftentimes leaves you just as much "in the dark" about your choices as when you walked in. Can you really expect a retail store to offer an expert analysis on all of the pet foods they carry? Most of the time you are directed to the food that is on sale or the one that most people are buying.
- Outdated Food - Try this simple test. Go to any pet food store and start checking expiration dates on the bags of pet food. Chances are you will find many pet foods that are set to expire in the near future. You will also notice that most every pet food has a two year shelf life. Why is that? Does this mean that pet food companies are expecting their foods to be on the market two full years before they are purchased? Would you rather buy a fresh bag of food or one that is two years old?
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