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he Dog Food Quiz is designed to test your knowledge and to provide you with more information about Dog foods which is greatly required for your dog’s healthy living.
1. The five nutritional elements that dogs need include vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids, proteins and:
b.Carbohydrates and fiber
2. Which of these fruits can cause fatal kidney failure in dogs?
3. Dogs become very ill by eating which of the following?
a.Bread dough
b.Grape jelly
c.Apple sauce
d.Oat meal
4. Where was the first commercial dog food developed?
a.Battle Creek, Michigan
b.London, England
c.New York City
d.Paris, France
5. Which raw fish can cause poisoning in dogs?
6. Which of these foods is sometimes used to season dog’s meals, but can cause anemia?
a.Peanut butter
b.Bacon fat
d.Chicken broth
7. What is the role of essential fatty acids in the dog diet?
a.To provide good vision, bone growth and efficient metabolism
b.For providing strong teeth and bones
c.To provide energy and a healthy skin and coat
d.To provide energy and good digestion
8. Raw chicken bones are more dangerous to dogs than cooked ones?
9. What is a dried pellet dog food called as?
10. Ingestion of which of these nuts can cause temporary paralysis of the back legs in some dogs?
a.Macadamia nuts
c.Brazil nuts
11. A common food byproduct used in gardens has been found to cause vomiting, tremors and fast heartbeat when dogs eat it. What is this byproduct?
a.Composted vegetable waste
b.Cocoa bean mulch
c.Composted corn husks
d.Peanut shell mulch
12. If a dog food is labeled “Chicken Flavored Dog Food”, under US Food and Drug Administration labeling laws, at least how much chicken must it contain?
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What others think about Dog Food
By: peter on Nov 9, 2009
  No Byproducts!! Low grain formula's!! The Higher the price the better the quality!! Dont be cheap!
By: Lisa Maze on Sep 5, 2009
  You are what you eat!
By: Jo on May 15, 2009
  Always read the label

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