A pet plate made from pet supplies, pet food and food-grade plastic is the best way to make sure your pet is still eating, a new study finds.
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In the study, researchers from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas and Texas Children’s Hospital found pet plate design to be the best method for ensuring pet owners get the best quality pet food, feed and pet nutrition, the researchers said.
Pet plate design was most effective in preventing plaque build-up, the study found.
Pet plates are made of a pet food mix, water and some other ingredients, and a plastic plate is sandwiched between two plastic plates.
The pet plate’s design has become a major topic of discussion in the pet food industry.
A few years ago, pet plates were made from aluminum foil.
Since then, pet owners have been asking for pet plates made from food- and pet-grade plastics, and pet food companies are making them from food grade PET bottles.
The study authors said that while pet food manufacturers can make pet plates that meet the needs of pet owners, the plates themselves have a low nutritional value and do not meet the American Academy of Pediatrics’ (AAP) requirements for pet food.
Pet owners are concerned that the quality of pet food in pet plates is often poor, the authors said.
The lack of nutritional value makes it difficult for pet owners to understand the nutritional benefits of the food they feed their pets.
In addition, the studies authors said, pet plate designs often have an impact on the quality and quantity of food provided to pets.
Pet food manufacturers may be making their pet food as cheap as possible, and they are offering a low-quality, low-nutrition product to pet owners.
This makes it less likely that pet owners will want to buy the product.