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Jeffrey Smith
Best Food for Your Pet
Best Food for Your Pet
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Join a growing group of people who care about animals in a citizen-science effort. We aim to find answers to why animal exposure to glyphosate is measuring much higher than human exposure.

Results will help you determine whether to change diet or environmental exposures. Your voluntary survey response will help you and others when study results are published.

Protect Your Pets from GMOs and Pesticides in Food

Our companion animals bring such joy and comfort to our lives. They are always there to greet us with a happy welcome home.  Pets – like people – are suffering from unprecedented increased health risks including cancer and other debilitating diseases and disorders. Studies on animals fed genetically modified food have shown organ damage, potential pre-cancerous cell growth, damaged immune systems, allergies and more due to GM food. Switching to non-GMO and/or organic diets can help reduce the risk of health problems, assist our pets in recovery and support them to enjoy a longer life span . This website is a resource for pet owners to learn more about the health risks of GMOs and pesticides in pet food, and to provide information on healthier alternatives.

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Genetically Modified Food Ingredients (GMOs) Put Dogs, Cats,
and Other Consumers at Risk

“I feel very strongly that this is a pivotal issue in the health/ food revolution,
where there is no place for GM food ingredients in what we consume
and feed to companion, and also to farmed – food animals.”

Michael W. Fox, DVM, The Animal Doctor, Washington Post Columnist and Author



There is mounting evidence of reactions in animals and humans to Genetically Modified Food Ingredients (GMOs). Find out why this information is important to the health of you, your family and pet.  — Jeffrey Smith.




Glyphosate residues have been found in pet food and can have deadly consequences. The World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) recently declared glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide, to be a probable human carcinogen. But, they said it does cause cancer in animals.



When it comes to pet food, there are so many options out there that you scratch your head wondering what’s best.  We have compiled a list of manufacturers that offer quality tested products for you to consider when shopping. You’ll find a wealth of information on Organic and non-GMO pet foods, labeling, and the meaning of Organic and non-GMO seals.


"Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food" - it goes for pets too.  I have seen the success in my own practice by changing the diet. Healing Paws Veterinary Wellness Center.     — Dr. Levitsky, DVM

Since 1996 and the introduction of GMO foods, Dr. Broderick , a veterinary surgeon for nearly 50 years in NY,  has discovered a ‘phenomenal’ change in pet health.  The national average lifespan of a pet has been cut in half.




"Dr. O’Sullivan was a genius at educating me about the right food, including foods that supported my dogs constitution and aid with her cancer. Remarkably, the second tumor was no longer there!"



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