The origin and development of dog food

- Mar 11, 2019-

In 1860, electrician James Sprat traveled to London to sell lightning rods and found that dogs especially liked to eat biscuits discarded by sailors, mixed with flour, vegetables, meat and water, and sold, the first commercial dog food Born.

In 1922, Chapel Brothers sold the remaining meat of the canned horse meat to the dog food and sold it back to the United States. In 1954, a company incorporated emulsified animal liver, skimmed milk, soy flour and other raw materials into dog food, which was very popular.

In 1957, Americans made dog food in the puffing process in food, and puffed dog food came out.

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