When balancing the
macro-mineral portion of a petfood, calcium and phosphorus are usually the
first priority, magnesium seldom requires adjustment, and sodium and chloride, if
inadequate, are easily met with a pinch of salt (sodium chloride). All that
remains is potassium.
Despite the fact
that most of the dietary ingredients…
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