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I’ve often talked about our sweet pup Odin here. He really is a ray of sunshine. The last week we have had a nasty viral cold. So sadly we haven’t been able to take him out to run or play with him as much as normal. And yet through it all, he is the sweetest little guy. He’s stayed by our side. Even curled up on my feet to keep them warm. And just let us know that he cares to help us through our sickness.
For someone so loyal and loving, wouldn’t you want the best?
Is Organic pet food best?
There is a lot of controversy surrounding organic food. Is it better? Is it just a ploy to suck more money out of the naive customer?
While many have their opinions ours is slowly forming. We aren’t die hard organic purchasers. Meaning we won’t go without if there happens to not be organic available. But I do completely understand the benefit and reasons why Organic is better. And for that reason when we have the option I often reach for the organic over the regular.
And I want that same health benefit for our pets as well. They are an extension of our family. We want them to have the best health possible. So we are a bit more on the picky side on their food. It takes quite a long time to pick out dog food. It’s not just a quick trip to the store. No we end up there reading the labels of all the different dog foods to find one we can feel comfortable with giving our Odin.
I just recently discovered a new option for dog food that is rather promising! Caster & Pollux! Have you heard of them before? I’m just getting introduced to them, but so far I am loving what I find. It’s not a brand you will find in your typical cheap of the mill retail store. But more in a Pet store or specialty health store. But they offer ORGANIX, a complete line of certified organic natural food for pets. It’s made under the USDA’s National Organic program.
But as I learn more about organic pet food, it leaves me wondering what you think, or what you know about Organic pet food.
Take this survey and find out!
In the next few weeks, the survey results will be created into an infographic and I’ll be sharing it here on JadeLouise Designs and across social media so you can see what everyone else thinks about organic too.
In the meantime if you want to try out the new Castor & Pollux foods for pets, they are available at Petsmart, Petco, Whole Foods Market and pet specialty retailers nationwide. Use this store locator to find Castor & Pollux near you.
Do you or your pets eat organic? Tell us about your organic pet food experiences.