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How you can afford to feed your pet a high quality diet & a Giveaway #Petbrosia

This is a product review for Petbrosia

You wouldn’t feed your children a bunch of junk food and fillers for every meal, would you? Is that what you are feeding your pet? In my past I spent several years as a Veterinary Assistant and I would hear “I just can’t afford the expensive healthy pet foods”! Guess what? You can afford it and I can explain how that is possible. 
Take a bag of X-brand generic food. If you look at the ingredients and see hints that it is full of fillers then your pet needs to consume more to get the protein and nutrients hidden in the foods as well as to actually feel full. How can you tell if a pet food is full of fillers? Some hints I have always followed is to avoid foods when the list of ingredients start with 1 meat then are followed by grains and by-product or fillers. Grains are important for long-lasting energy but they only get the benefits of grain if kept in their whole form. If you see (further down in the list) grains like barley, rolled oats, millet, quinoa or brown rice then that is a sign of quality ingredients. Vitamins A and E are preservatives so look for those as opposed to unhealthy preservatives such as BHA, BHT and other scientific-looking names. Does the brand say ‘Premium’ or ‘Economy’? Premium beats out Economy! Also look that around 3 of the first 4 or 5 ingredients are a form of protein. When meats or fish are pre-cooked then it assures it will not further reduce during the process. 
How does all this knowledge start to help you afford a quality pet food? The more fillers, the more they eat. The more natural, the less they should eat. Less food saves money and a quality diet saves veterinary visits of so many ailments due to poor diets such as skin allergies, kidney disease, frequent infections and GI upsets. I have seen families time and time again come in for serious ailments of their cat or dog that ultimately began with diet and lack of nutrients. Those vet bills after a day or two of rehydration and/or blood work is steep! So, yes you can afford a quality food. It will save you in the long run!
Petbrosia brings you all-natural ingredients made for you Dog or Cat

After realizing the difference between economy and premium blends as described above, let me tell you about Petbrosia. This brand allows you to customize your pets meals according to their choice of protein (chicken or salmon) and their breed, age, weight and body score. In 5 quick questions, you have a formula that you can be certain is right for your pet. This must be expensive! What do you consider expensive? Does $2 a day sound reasonable? If you said yes, then you will be happy to hear that feeding Petbrosia to your pet will cost you $1.77 a day if you follow the suggested feeding recommendations. 
Petbrosia is all natural and they use grain-free salmon or free-run chicken as protein and if you would like a different protein source there is an option to request that. All vegetables, fruits and meats are naturally raised or grown in America. What is unique from other premium brands is that glucosamine and chondroitin is added to every blend. You will not find any unnecessary fillers and the shelf life from creation to delivery is very short. Fresh and all-natural food that offers wholesome ingredients for less than $2 a day!
Petbrosia also gives back!

Petbrosia donates a portion of every order to 3 animal causes: Morris Animal Foundation, Project Blue Collar and The Rescue Bank. 
What are you waiting for? Head to Petbrosia and customize you pets diet today!

Save 50%

Petbrosia has generously offered a limited time promo code to save 50% off a box of food for your dog or cat! Thank you, Petbrosia!!

Use promo code: AUGSN4 at checkout! Expires 9/1/14

The Giveaway
1 lucky reader will win a 3 pound box of Petbrosia. Open to lower U.S. (no Hi or Al). Ends 9/10/14. Enter below. Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Disclosure:I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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