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Originally Posted by Rosemary View Post
There are actually three ways a food can be labeled for nutritional adequacy. The first two are the most common.

1. “___________ is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog (or cat) Food Nutrient Profiles for ___________.”

2. “Animal feeding tests using AAFCO procedures substantiate that ______________ provides complete and balanced nutrition for _____________.”

3. “_____________ provides complete and balanced nutrition for ___________ and is comparable to a product which has been substantiated using AAFCO feeding tests”

This is some information from AAFCO on how to read pet food labels.
Thanks, Rosemary! I didn't have time to look that up

I do encourage you to know which of those your dog's food is. It's generally not easily understood by reading labels.

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