I haven't heard it and I doubt that it's true. I don't think the AAFCO has the power to require anything.
There is no dry food that has enough to make any difference. They put just a little for a marketing gimick.Sorry, I meant dry food.
I received the Small Entities Compliance Guide from my representative with the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture. How I interpret this information is that glucosamine has been recently included in a list identified by the AAFCO as products that cannot be fed to ruminants, thus it does not pertain to dog food.Hey has anyone heard any rumors that AAFCO is going to require that dog food companies stop adding glucosamine to their dog food?