The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) released a list of new foods to be approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 2018.
The list includes more than 5,000 items, including dog food, dog biscuits, and dog treats.
The most popular items on the list, of course, are dog food.
The USDA has said that the inclusion of dog food in the new food approval is not a change from previous years.
However, some animal advocates are calling on the agency to require all dogs to receive the same amount of food.
A new report by the watchdog group Common Cause says that some dog food producers have raised concerns about the inclusion on the new list.
The USDA’s website has more information about the new animal food approval.
“For the first time since 2013, the USDA is requiring all dogs that are not yet approved to be given the same level of food,” said Karen Gannon, executive director of Common Cause.
“That is an incredibly problematic approach for consumers and should be stopped immediately.”
The USDA’s move came as the agency approved a new dog food called Beavers Creek Dog Food for use in the first year of the program.
The new food is made from the same breed of dog as Beavers creek, which has been a dog-friendly district for many years.
The USDA says that the dog food is free of sodium and sugar.
However the agency says that it does not guarantee that all dogs receiving the dog product will be healthy.
The new food will be distributed to dogs from October 1 through January 31, 2019.
It will be sold in two versions: a food-only version and a food and treats version.
If the USDA wants to allow the inclusion in the program, it must first request approval from the USDA’s Office of Animal and Plant Health Inspection Services.
A USDA spokeswoman said that there is no way for the USDA to enforce its new food rules.
“As this process continues, the FDA will continue to work with the USDA and industry to implement the policies in the Beavers Cascades food product and food-treat packaging requirements,” she said.
The FDA has also received comments from a variety of dog owners who say they are concerned about the requirements for the new dog foods.
A petition was launched by the advocacy group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) in December calling on USDA to require dogs to be offered a diet of meat and/or milk, as the USDA has done in previous years and as is required in the USDA Dog Foods program.