Pet Fooled (1080p) FULL MOVIE – Documentary

Pet Fooled (1080p) FULL MOVIE – Documentary

The film is an in depth look at the commercial pet food industry, it’s lack of regulation, and how is has evolved over the years, as it is now owned mostly by 4 conglomerates. We also look into what the actual diet requirements are for Dogs and cats, VS what pet food companies claims, and actually sell. It is something that few of us have taken the time to think about, and it is eye opening when you realize how long they have operated with out ever being challanged.
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Directed by: Kohl Harrington
Dr William j. Burkholder
Duane Ekedahl
Vince Field
Susan Thixton
Dr Barbara Royal
Dr Sebastien Gay
Jay Edelson
Robert Waltz
Dawn Majerczyk
Dr Dan Mc Chesney
Dr Karen Becker
Shawn Buckley
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  1. Ryan Herron on March 16, 2023 at 5:27 am

    Wow! I think we might make our own.

  2. Dale Hawley on March 16, 2023 at 5:27 am

    This is so sad and infuriating! I love my dogs SO much! It kills me that there’s an entire mostly unregulated industry that cares more about making an almighty buck, than protecting animals all while claiming they are selling healthy food!!!

  3. Sarah P on March 16, 2023 at 5:27 am

    I have a 7 month old puppy. When I took him to the vet at the age of 5 months I mentioned to her that I was feeding my puppy a raw diet. She actually discouraged it! She said a raw diet is unsafe and isn’t well balanced enough for puppies! I will not take my dog back to that vet.

  4. Jordan Brock on March 16, 2023 at 5:33 am

    What a difficult film to make and what a great result. For anyone who has looked into this topic, it’s an INSANE topic. This is a very condensed version of the topic. Hope there is another

  5. th34lch3m1st on March 16, 2023 at 5:34 am

    I have a beloved cat and one question: what a shitty world we are living in?

  6. Terry Keith on March 16, 2023 at 5:37 am

    It is impossible to have healthy pet food when we don’t have proper, unprocessed, nutritious food.

  7. Julio Diaz on March 16, 2023 at 5:38 am


  8. Bailey Lynn on March 16, 2023 at 5:38 am

    Wow, chemicals making pet food last 25 years?! That is SO scary!!!!

  9. StepbyStepGunTraining on March 16, 2023 at 5:40 am
  10. Donna Allgaier-Lamberti on March 16, 2023 at 5:42 am

    I am grateful for Dr. Becker,DMV and Dr. Judy Morgan DMV for helping me learn how to cook a balance meal for my rescue.

  11. Rusty Howe on March 16, 2023 at 5:47 am

    I had a puppy during the 07 recall, I’ll never forget the tears and terror of my friends wondering how my boy (RIP Crispin, he died of old age) was surviving. I’ve been making dog food for a long time, the recall terrified me into never changing that.

  12. Anne R on March 16, 2023 at 5:49 am

    Dry food is the leading cause behind most urinary tract problems
    While cats who eat only dry food will generally drink more water, they still don’t get enough moisture to support all their bodily functions. These cats essentially live in a constant state of low level dehydration, which can lead to bladder and kidney problems.

    Due to the high carbohydrate content, dry food dumps unnaturally high levels of sugar into the cat’s bloodstream, which can lead to an imbalance of its natural metabolic process. In extreme cases, this can, and often does, lead to diabetes.

    Dry food does not clean teeth so dry dog food is not good for dogs. There may be one or two brands that may be o.k., but the cost is prohibitive.

  13. Vicky Morrison on March 16, 2023 at 5:52 am

    The veterinary surgery where my daughter works (in the UK) charges an excess to any clients that raw feed their animals. This is to cover the cost of PPE that the staff apparently need to wear. My animals go to a more understanding vet.

  14. Alice Harper on March 16, 2023 at 5:53 am

    Just imagine how bad human food is allowed to be. It’s no wonder we have so much chronic disease and obesity in this country.

  15. Zog Hunter on March 16, 2023 at 5:55 am

    Every pet owner should be preparing all their pets meals themselves, You are literally better off just feeding them the same food you eat with a few exceptions, then feeding them any commercial waste products. None of them are good. At the very least they are mostly grain based and cats and dogs are not built to eat it. It’s not hard and is cheaper to just make their meals yourself.

  16. Zlare44 on March 16, 2023 at 5:56 am

    This documentary seemed like it was going to be an unveiling of pet food but of course, conglomerates denied the opportunity of transparency yet again. At the same time, the documentary should have been longer and interviewed independent and small companies who ARE transparent so consumers would get an idea of what a good brand would do, say, and be. A majority of consumers we know won’t care, because they genuinely want to believe their labrador retrievers die at 8-9yrs old. But that small percentage that is willing to put the effort in would see the results of a happier physically and mentally animal.

  17. SoTres on March 16, 2023 at 5:57 am

    So glad people are waking up to the crap that is in pet foods. On the DOG FOOD reddit threads they block people from talking about fresh foods and pushing healthier home cooked choices etc.. I would not be surprised if that page is run by some big market companies such as Mars , Hills etc.. People have to do their own homework and not trust blindly. Most vets are not trained in nutrition. You have to do the homework and if you can’t speak to a holistic/functional meds vet for guidance! I was able to reverse my dogs kidney disease with home cooking and the right blend of supplements. Vet at the hospital said it could not be done. But with the help of a holistic vet and diet we did. I emailed the blood work over to the hospital vet and she was shocked asking me HOW DID YOU DO THAT!? Good diet saves on future vet bills. Worth it all! If you eat well your pets should too.

  18. Renske Legein on March 16, 2023 at 5:57 am

    25% verse zalm, 22% verse haring, 20% gedehydrateerde zalm, aardappel, gepelde erwten, kippenolie, bietenpulp, gedroogde marine zoöplankton, gehydrolyseerde zalm, verse groenten en fruit 4% (spinazie, wortelen, appel ), Johannesbrood, zalmolie (bron van omega 3- en 6 vetzuren), mineralen, gewrichtsbeschermingspakket (…….and more

  19. RD on March 16, 2023 at 6:03 am

    Meanwhile the majority of vets refuse to acknowledge any of this because they know nothing about pet nutrition.

  20. Smiles x on March 16, 2023 at 6:04 am

    My cat eats Mush, a raw food made with human-grade meat. You can literally cook the meat and eat it yourself, though I am a little unwilling as it does contains organ meat and skin which is great for my cat but I have never been a fan. I started feeding her this after I lost a cat to stomach issues, even after feeding her vet-grade food she never got better. A year after losing her I read the back of my cats food as the brand said it improved the recipe. It was all filler crap, ever bit of it! I can’t help but wonder, had I been more knowledgeable, had I questioned my late cats’ food, could I have saved her? Would she be sitting right beside me right now happy and healthy? It was such a small thing, yet I never thought to look at the bag of food my vet claimed was the best.

  21. Alice Harper on March 16, 2023 at 6:04 am

    Back in 2006-7, I was making food for my dogs at home… I had to give it up after a few months because it was so time consuming. I wish that I had kept it up; a few years later I lost one dog to pancreatitis and another to cancer.

  22. Sharina Ross on March 16, 2023 at 6:05 am

    One of my old middle school science teachers had a pet snake in the classroom. She fed it in class for all of us see. She fed it by holding a mice tail. Guess I will get an iguana.

  23. ISO3200 on March 16, 2023 at 6:07 am

    In the UK the pet food laws a very strict and heavily regulated. The legislation governing human food is equally applicable to pet food here and materials can only be used as long as they are fit for human consumption.

    This documentary gives the impression that the pet food industry in the USA is a free for all.

  24. rosalina on March 16, 2023 at 6:07 am

    One thing I don’t understand about the 99.9% identical to wolves argument, is that it’s the same with us and chimpanzees, but chimps and humans definitely have different dietary needs.

    I do believe in the message that fresh food is best, but that argument is a pretty weak one.

  25. Kristina Aston on March 16, 2023 at 6:07 am

    Been feeding my cats and dogs raw for 20+ years now. I was fortunate enough to find a holistic vet back then, after my male kitty kept having recurring UTIs. After switching what I thought was the best food (Science Diet) back then to a raw diet with added supplements like fish oil, he never had another one again. My pets don’t get all these diseases and have never been on any medications. My oldest kitty now is 19, still going strong, no illness and does not look his age. Seek out vets that advocate for a raw diet. If your vet does not, GET A NEW VET! BY the wy not all raw is created equal either. Do your research.

  26. Renske Legein on March 16, 2023 at 6:08 am

    I always check what is in it

  27. Renske Legein on March 16, 2023 at 6:08 am

    Is this good food dibaq Sense zalm or from fresh frozen horse ?

  28. John Martinsen on March 16, 2023 at 6:08 am

    I recommend looking into the Pottenger’s Cats study if you own any type of pet…or have children

  29. Lisa Larson: Pawstalk Animal Communication & Reiki on March 16, 2023 at 6:12 am

    There is great info here that every pet parent should know. Unfortunately, I would never post it for my clients to watch because of the abundance of disturbing images of dead, dying and/or diseased animals (and worse) that animal lovers can never ‘unsee’. The director seems to have forgotten who his or her target audience is.

    This is not an animal abuse documentary. I get that there is a call to action. However, a large portion of the target audience here are dog and cat lovers who simply want to feed their animals better. Those images do nothing to further the actual information and, in fact, may just turn many people away so they don’t get the information at all.

    Great topic, great interviews, very poor filmmaking execution and editing decisions. I’m sorry to say that. I started watching this with a level of excitement that I would be able to send my clients to one link for them to understand, in an entertaining way, what I spend so much of my time teaching them. It’s a shame and wasted opportunity. There really needs to be a ‘sensitive content’ warning on this. It’s not right to make animal lovers look at things that are so bothersome and can’t be unseen.

  30. Simone on March 16, 2023 at 6:13 am

    It’s just mindblowing even after watching it year after year…
    How can VETS not see CLEARLY what’s going on?
    We, all of us, really need to educate them. Since they didn’t learn in school, obviously…
    We do! Let’s educate them!

  31. Polly Mertens on March 16, 2023 at 6:14 am

    Great look into yet another industry that’s corrupted due to profits first mentality. I had a cat who died last year of kidney failure and I believe it’s due to the hard food diet I had her on. The vets I took her to meant well, but they didn’t know better. They should be educating themselves better and beyond the commercial giants tell them. I even asked the vet what alternatives I could give her for nutrition since the hard food was bad for her, she referred me to a Science Diet hard food. It didn’t sit well with me so I hunted around for my own alternatives. I ended up buying frozen mice on amazon to get started. She did better for about 9 months with that diet, but ended up passing away. I kept looking for better alternative food sources and found Fetching Foods, a raw food provider that shipped to my area (no sources locally). One of my other kitties was also having kidney issues and pancreatitis. I switched their food to raw and in less than 60 days the difference in their blood work and coat and energy was mind blowing. I will never go back to commercially produced pet food. Raw food, species specific is the way to go from here on out for my loved furry friends. This movie helped me further understand what I was already seeing in my own pets. Do your own research, find a great vet. I now have a naturopathic vet and she’s awesome to help me find alternative ways to keep my cats healthier longer.

  32. Joylaine on March 16, 2023 at 6:16 am

    I wouldn’t trust the FDA for any amount of money.. They are paid handsomely by these companies…

  33. Raegan Cowles on March 16, 2023 at 6:17 am

    I would feed the roadkill me and my dog’s have both eaten road kill

  34. Stella S on March 16, 2023 at 6:19 am

    I’ve been doing the raw food journey with my puppies for 4 years now after feeding Royal Canin for 13 years to my first dog. It’s life changing to say the least. Our puppies are thriving. How could I have been so blind? I wish I was influential enough to sue the pet food industry. Make sure you clean your pup’s teeth everyday as it gets stuck more than kibble does. It’s a bit different if you’re feeding them raw bone cos it cleans their teeth naturally but my pups are too small. I am always willing to learn though. Never looking back!

  35. D Light on March 16, 2023 at 6:19 am

    As of 2021, BLUE pet food had more recalls than any other brand.

  36. Stacy Arnold on March 16, 2023 at 6:23 am

    Thank you!

  37. shxri on March 16, 2023 at 6:24 am

    This is why I feed my dog as much raw as possible! She’s now on about 50% raw, 50% high-quality kibble and is doing so much better than when she was on that awful science diet. She’s now in the best condition she has ever been in her whole 5 years of life.

  38. Small Town on March 16, 2023 at 6:24 am

    Without specifying which foods are the healthier choices for every price range, this documentary has done nothing but pointed a finger at a problem. It should have also contained the infomation on which products are the best choices. For all we know, products labelled as ‘raw’ could also contain hidden toxins. The average consumer hasn’t a clue or the resources to find out what is best and what is worse. With vets ( who are supposedly caring for your pet) pushing brands like ‘Science Diet’, which was touted here as a bad product, how confused do you think the consumers are? Pretty confused! While this video was informative, it didn’t go far enough to be helpful to pet owners.

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