Reactions Science Videos | March 05, 2019
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Have you ever thought about how strange it is that dogs eat these dry, weird smelling bits of food for their entire lives and never get sick of them? This truly is a scientific puzzle and there are many different types of dog food formulas on the market. Some are designed for weight loss, long shelf life and making sure that your dog eats a balanced diet. This week on Reactions, you’ll see the real wonder of what’s behind the chemistry being used to make the perfect dog food kibble.
Pet Food Palatability Evaluation: A Review of Standard Assay Techniques and Interpretation of Results with a Primary Focus on Limitations
Volatile Compounds in Dry Dog Foods and Their Influence on Sensory Aromatic Profile
Sensory analysis of pet foods
Myths and Misconceptions Surrounding Pet Foods
What Should You Feed Your Dog?
The Chemistry of Kibble
Potassium pyrophosphate pet food palatability enhancers
What’s the Deal with Meals?
Putrescine: This molecule was part of our Putrescine and Cadaverine set
Carbohydrates in the nutrition of the dog
AAFCO: The People Behind Animal Feed and Pet Food
Pet Food Labels - General
Dietary Fats and Canine Skin and Hair Coat
YOUR DOG’S NUTRITIONAL NEEDS
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