#OrganicPet Food Survey Results

by jennifer3. November 2014 12:40

This post is sponsored by Castor & Pollux and the BlogPaws Professional Pet Blogger Network. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about ORGANIX, but MetamorFit only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Castor & Pollux Pet Works is not responsible for the content of this article.

 Last month I asked my readers their thoughts on organic pet food. Many of you even took the survey I had posted. Thank you!!

After compiling all of the data, the results of the survey are here!

I think the results that surprised me the most were that over 50% of pet parents surveyed responded that organic food is a MUST or Very Important for the kids, and/or their fur-kids, yet only 34% ALWAYS feed organic.

I know for MY family, organic food is super important, but it's also much more expensive. And currently we're living on only one income. However, as I get prepared to return to work full-time outside the home, our disposable income is going to increase exponentially which means that affording organic food will no longer have to be only a luxury.

And that includes organic dog food, made with love in the US. A 25 pound bag of organic dog food for Matthew costs over $50.00. And while  he's 100% worth it, I must be honest. Feeding my Irish Triplets high quality organic food takes precedent over feeding Matthew organic dog food. I know. Bad dog mama. But I'm doing the best that I can. I wish I didn't have to make the choice, and thankfully once my paychecks start rolling in, I won't have to. But in my defense, the #TampaTrio feed Matthew a lot of table scraps, so he's getting organic food in that way, too. Tongue Out

I've been working with Castor & Pollux for a while now, and without a doubt this is the BEST food Matthew has ever had. Organic, free-range chicken is the #1 ingredient in the ORGANIX Dog food. And they they add organic brown rice, fresh organic fruit and vegetable purees, and the #bigyellowdog gobbles it down. HE LOVES IT.

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Jenny

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