Purizon Chicken and Fish vs. Pets at Home Ferret Nuggets

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Purizon Chicken and Fish

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Pets at Home Ferret Nuggets

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Score
F
Score
F
Summary

Summary

Purizon has a better protein to fat ratio. Pets at Home's ratio of 8.97 to 1 is too high. (The ideal ratio is 2 to 1.) Pets at Home has much fewer ingredients, which is usually a good thing. Pets at Home has a slightly higher concentration of fruits, veggies, and grains. Pets at Home is 100% pea-free; Purizon has peas as its 10th ingredient.

Protein Content

Protein Content

44%
35%
Fat Content

Fat Content

20%
3.9%
Fiber Content

Fiber Content

1.8%
4%
Protein to Fat Ratio

Protein to Fat Ratio

2.2 to 1
8.97 to 1
Total Ingredients

Total Ingredients

27
14
Meat Content

Meat Content

6 total
high quality
4 total
low concentration, high quality
Fruits, Veggies, and Grains

Fruits, Veggies, and Grains

9 total
low concentration
2 total
low concentration
Pea-free

Pea-free

No, 10th Ingredient
Yes
Sugar-free

Sugar-free

Yes
Yes
Controversial ingredient-free

Controversial ingredient-free

Yes
Yes
Remarks
Contains peas 10th ingredient. Score without peas: B
3 Protein Sources Chicken, eggs, and fish.
High Quality Meat the meat ingredients are mostly pure (meat, organs, fats, & oils).
Good Protein-to-Fat Ratio 2.2 to 1.
Grain-Free Grains are linked to insulinoma.
No Sugars or Carcinogens
2 Protein Sources Chicken and fish.
Low Meat Percentage too many non-meat ingredients.
Middle Quality Meat the meat ingredients are a mixture of pure and by-products.
High Protein-to-Fat Ratio 8.97 to 1. Ideal ratio is 2 to 1.
Has Grains Linked to insulinoma.
Pea-Free Peas are linked to kidney and bladder stones.
No Sugars or Carcinogens

Ingredients

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Ingredients

boneless chicken meat dried chicken meat potatoes chicken fat dried egg boneless herring dried herring fish oil hydrolysed animal proteins pea fibre

 

chicken meal wheat poultry fat soyabean meal whole linseed wheatfeed oatfeed maize fish meal soya oil

 

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