If you have a dog of your own you will know that a full tummy doesn’t nearly cover the whole process of deciding which dog food to buy.
Your dog is your best friend, you will want him to live the fullest, happiest life that he can. Feeding him the best food will not only ensure that he is healthy and happy, but has a shiny coat and lively tail too.
Many of our spoiled pets become fussy. It’s a natural progression from being fussed over so much. If you have fussy dogs, like me, you will know how guilt laden mealtimes can become.
You want to give your dog the best advantage in life; why not consider cooking some specially prepared meals just for your dog. Whilst it is true that many owners can provide their dogs with adequate nutrition on a vegetarian diet, this is tricky and time consuming to accomplish. Buying a medium quality dog food and adding some extra goodness should be sufficient.
One of the best ways to ensure your dog is receiving optimum nutrition whilst living on medium quality pet food is to add some kind of nutritional supplement. This can ensure good nutrition at all times. One such proven source is NuVet.
A news release, Chattanooga, TN with Calvin Sneed (Consumer Advocate) reported a breeder in Tennessee got caught in the Diamond Dog food recall and 12 out of 14 dogs died. However the 2 that didnt die were on NuVet.
Read the labels of any dog food you buy carefully. Any of the foods you buy should contain turkey, beef, chicken or any other animal by-product to keep your dog looking healthy and glossy.
If you are changing your dogs diet you are vulnerable to guilt-treating practices. Don’t overcompensate for your dogs fussiness. The quickest way your dog will learn to appreciate a new dog food is to be forced to make do with what is served up at mealtimes.
Don’t give treats or snacks because your dog isn’t eating. This just encourages fussy eating and perpetuates the cycles of fussiness again. Be firm.
If you are trying to incorporate some home cooked goodness into your dogs life you might need to include rice, corn, oatmeal or wheat. These are all excellent sources of carbohydrates.
You will need to keep in mind that most of your dogs most valuable proteins come from meat. Whilst many say that dogs are omnivores they are still partially carnivorous.
If you have a dog be sure NEVER to give them the following:
Raw fish or eggs
With careful attention and some patience you can revolutionize your dogs diet. And hopefully help him live a long and healthy life.