by By Dr. Karen Shaw Becker
Pets need unadulterated, fresh, whole foods that are moisture dense. They do not need breakfast pastries, processed meats, sandwiches, fast food or mac and cheese. I also don't recommend processed toppers or mix-ins for the same reasons I don't recommend processed pet food.
So in a nutshell, the best foods to add to your pet's bowl come from the refrigerator, not the pantry. Foods that are considered "perishable" are also considered "fresh" (which means they rot or spoil in a short period of time if not kept cool). My take away message about toppers is don't add anything to your pet's bowl of shelf-stable pet food that doesn't come from the refrigerator.
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