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Would You Eat Your Dog or Cats Food?

Would You Eat Your Dog or Cat's Food?

He thinks it tastes good, what about you?

We all want to energize and fortify our pet’s diet with the best ingredients possible, but would you eat your dog or cat’s food to test the taste? It’s an interesting question for sure, and one that was put to 12 executives at the Global Pet Expo in Orlando, Florida.

Pet360 visited various pet food company displays and put them each to the test. Not only did they all agree to taste test for the camera, they didn’t bat any eyelash when asked. Now that’s dedication…or some good tasting pet food!

Want to see some of the executives swallow a leaping spoonful? Click here, here , and here.

If you want to see the most dedicated salesperson, then watch the video below. Scott Friedman from Nature Pet Foods makes his food seem like Thanksgiving dinner. (Whether we believe it or not is another story!)

Image: iStock

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