Review of Holistic Health Extension Dog Food – Ep13 of Steven the Pet Man: The Truth in Pet Food

Review of Holistic Health Extension Dog Food – Ep13 of Steven the Pet Man: The Truth in Pet Food

Steven the Pet Man Reviews the Holistic Health Extension Dry Dog Food. Steven breaks down the ingredient list and provides his thoughts on the quality of this diet and whether he considers this a good diet for your dog.

In The Truth About Pet Food Video Series, Steven the Pet Man breaks down the name brand foods you give your pet. Which ones are the best, which ones are the worst? What are the facts behind the ingredients on the label? The truth about pet food will be revealed, one can and one bag at a time.

7 Replies to “Review of Holistic Health Extension Dog Food – Ep13 of Steven the Pet Man: The Truth in Pet Food”

  1. Deboned meats are not as good as they sound. The bones are a vital part of the meat, they provide a natural source of calcium, phosphorus, iron and other essential vitamins and minerals. By removing the bones, it creates another step in the processing, making the food more expensive; and it forces the company to add nutrients from an outside (usually unknown) source.

  2. Thank you, I’m really glad that I found your video about this food Healthy Extensions. I have been searching for a small breed dog food for a while that is healthy and has not a lot of corn and fillers, that you can got in the larger quantity bags and would not break the bank.. I’m glad that you went through the ingredients list and explain what’s good and what’s not. They are so many different ingredients and different dog foods today making it very hard to find the correct food for your dog… I had been raising dog for a long time but stop breathing due to over overpopulation and the abuse happening to dogs. I do boarding now and have all my retired dogs that’s the reason for the larger bags of food.. I guess the distributors think that if you have small dogs you don’t have to have large bags which increase my cost significantly…

  3. They do make a larger kibble for the non-toy dogs. This is just their small kibble. We feed Health Extension and my dogs do exceedingly well on it.

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