The link goes to the main website, not to a specific product. Which one are you looking at? You did specify grainless, and there are only three grainless formulae, so I kinda figured I had covered it...Ok, mmctaq, looks like I didn't put the one I am looking at on here. Sorry, I was in a hurry.
About the selenium? Yes, I am sure. It is more than recommended, although I don't think it poses a danger... I just question why it would be there at that level.Are you sure you are right on that???
I got an email in to the company to see what they say.
Geez, mmctaq, those ingredients are why I liked the look of it. I mean where can you find bok choy in dog food, Chia, whatever that is and papaya???
My goodness, mmctaq, try not to get so upset that I like the look of these ingredients. I mean, chia is chia, after all.About the selenium? Yes, I am sure. It is more than recommended, although I don't think it poses a danger... I just question why it would be there at that level.
So... dogs have a requirement for bok choy, now? Really? Aside from Chia Pets, I was unfamiliar with chia so I looked it up; it seems to be primarily a source of essential fatty acids... dogs, being carnivores, probably find it as pointless as flax is to them. Papaya is nice, I suppose. I think all this stuff is in there to look good to human eyes on the label... "Ohhhh! Chia! MUST be good!" What, exactly, about these ingredients makes you like the look of it??? Why do you need to find bok choy and chia and papaya, and on what basis would you assume that finding them is better than not? Just their novelty does not define them as nutritionally beneficial, or even appropriate; without even knowing what it is, it sounds like you were pleased/impressed that chia is among the ingredients... why???