Information in this section was obtained from the Nutrition Reference Manual. Supported by Hill's Pet Nutrition
Dogs are omnivores because they thrive on a diet consisting of both animal and plant foods. Cats are true carnivores because they have a higher protein requirement and higher dietary requirements for nutrients that aren’t available from plant sources, such as taurine.
What do vitamin E, Jell-O® brand gelatin, beef bouillon and lamb meal have in common? They’re all by-products!