When I spotted a glossary of pet food ingredient definitions, I was inspired to create a quiz featuring some of these common items on bag and can labels. Knowledge is power . . . so how powerful are you?
What does ash measure?
The total minerals in a diet.
The total by-products in a diet.
The total burnt items in a diet.
The total flour in a diet.
What do meat by-products include?
What do meat by-products NOT include?
They include none of the above.
The entire corn kernel ground or chopped can be represented on the label as:
All of the above.
What are giblets?
Heart, liver, and gizzard of lamb
Heart, liver, and gizzard of poultry
Claws, feet, and tail of poultry
Claws, feet, and tail of lamb
Wheat gluten is the dry residue from wheat after removal of the:
Starch and germ
Starch, germ, and bran
Bran is a good source of insoluble fiber.
Ingredients like kidney, salt, brewers yeast, and liver are added to pet food to increase: