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– Do you understand what you are putting in your dog’s dish regular?
Most dogs will consume almost anything that’s put in front of them and, just like people, they are what they eat.
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Many now suffer with what are preventable ailments. . .did you understand that 46% of dogs die of cancer, 40 percent are overweight and scores suffer everyday from allergies, ear infections, skin ailments, dental problems and other ailments…
When you learn the horrible reality about the toxic ingredients in certain commercial pet foods it can shock and sicken you and, as soon as you know the fact of the health benefits in feeding a puppy a home made diet, then you are going to want to generate an immediate change. If you stop feeding just commercial dog foods for your own dog on a daily basis, gradually introduce new meats and vegetables and then stop commercial pet foods altogether, you’re save her or him from needless suffering and save yourself a mountain of vet bills, as well.
Now, below are a few of the realities about several commercial pet foods and a few of the benefits of feeding a puppy a nutritious homemade diet…
1. Reality: Do you know that some commercial pet food is actually dog “junk” food? If hamburgers, fried chicken, french fries, etc., eaten as a steady diet, can create serious health issues in people, what does puppy “junk” food” do for puppies? Broadly, a puppy’s genetic makeup and nutritional requirements looks like that of humans.
2. Whatever else you may have heard, the exact same healthy, healthy foods we consume are a great choice for dogs. However, there are certain differences between human and canine nutritional requirements so you will need to understand what they are in case you want to feed your pet a healthy diet. Dog Bone Print Clip Art
3. Truth: Do you understand that if your vet sells pet food it also might not be such a fantastic option? Just like our very own medical doctors, veterinarians are not taught too much about nutrition in school. Most of the things they understand is taught to them from the representatives of the pet food companies such as, on staff firm vets, sales reps (do you think maybe they market their own products?) Or else through different research, articles, and conventions. It’s not so possible that your vet knows the distinction between good and bad food should they haven’t studied about it or attempted raw or homemade diets.
Some vets even profit from purchasing a specific brand of dog food and that may well prejudice them against other manufacturers or other kinds of feeding a dog, for example home cooked dog food.
4. Truth: Do you know some processed commercial pet foods can actually be hazardous to your dog’s health and can cause numerous medical issues? It is valid for dog food companies to include “4D Meat” (“Dead, Dying,Diseased and Disabled” ranch or farm animals). Additionally, they often add street kill (dead raccoons, possum and other animals killed by cars, trucks or disease), cats and dogs euthanized by vets, picked up by animal control workers and brought to dog food firms’ renderers for processing, powdered mill factory floor dust (they call it”grain”) and what they call “corn” (generally ground left over husks) that is contaminated with very high amounts of pesticides. What some pet food manufacturers are putting to dog food and disguising as “ByProducts” is borderline criminal!
It all creates a recipe of the worst potential mixture of ingredients we could ever feed into our dogs. And yet, millions people do so, kindly! Remember. . .the cheaper the meals. . .the cheaper the ingredients. . .the worse the nutrition. . .the more harmful, even deadly it an be! Ensure to know what is in the meals, whenever you’re feeding a dog! Read all about commercial pet foods in depth in my future articles. Dog Bone Print Clip Art
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Please note: not “all” commercial pet foods are made from bad quality ingredients and cheap byproducts. Dog food manufacturers as well as the ingredients they use differ greatly. My goal in these articles is to provide you with as much information possible, so you can make your own “informed” decisions on what is or is not great food for your dog. I’ll get into much more detail about different “quality” pet food manufacturers, ingredients and also how to read dog food labels in future content. . .so return frequently.
5. Reality: Can you know that it’s a mistake to think that kibble cleans dog’s teeth? What should it be saying to people that almost every dog over the age of three that has dental disease eats kibble! Not hard to figure out that one!
6. Reality: Do you know that the term “Complete and Balanced”(used by some commercial dog food businesses to advertise their goods) doesn’t really mean “Optimum”. There are important differences: food meeting just the “assumed” requirements for the wellbeing of a mean dog can be advertised as “Complete and Balanced”. When these foods have been contained in feeding trials, then they are frequently only tested for items like others and lead are tested only on a few dogs for quite a short moment.
It’s certain that sufficient nutrients, necessary for our dog’s wellness, won’t be contained in these products. It certainly is far better than “not” full and balanced in any way, but merely “optimum” levels of balanced nutrition are what we should be looking for. We are going to be providing you with specifics of what optimal balanced nutrition is in a subsequent article.
On occasion a fast glance at the tag can inform you whether the dog food is made of quality ingredients or not, others it takes more understanding about each of the ingredients to have the ability to tell if that food is better. Obviously every manufacturer is going to say that they’re using only the absolute best ingredients. However, our constitutional right to freedom of speech does not require such statements to be honest.
We’ll write more on this later…
7. Reality: Are you aware that if you are feeding a puppy the identical thing each day you’re limiting it’s access to good nutrition? Dog, just like us, want many different food. Would you imagine eating ground corn husks, rancid fat and only chicken wing skin and bones (no Meat) with a few cheap minerals and vitamins thrown in, each and every day for your whole life?. Dog Bone Print Clip Art
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It is true that some dogs can have an initial sensitivity when introduced to certain foods that are new. So, feeding a dog many different foods may lead to stomach issues, but it is only because they have been lacking balanced nutrition in their diet. The moment they’re given a nicely balanced diet, their digestive system becomes restored. They can then eat a variety of foods at every meal with no issue, just as we do.
Make sure you introduce various foods in small quantities so that your pet’s stomach has time to adapt to the changes.
8. Reality: Do you know that dry dog food is not better than canned pet food? Think about it. . Now consider the amount of preservatives dry dog foods desire after they are opened, so as to remain “fresh” indefinitely from the original bag, or whatever container you use for storage, or whenever they have left out all day so that your pet can self-feed. Dry foods start out cooked and then are exposed to a high amount of heat, which destroys nutrients. . .canned foods are canned fresh and so, keep more nutrients (although they’re not entirely balanced).
. .next would be dried or frozen and then freeze dried foods, accessible at better pet stores.
9. Reality: Do you understand that a number of the ingredients used to create commercial dog food and particular frequent, everyday foods can be poisonous to dogs , even kill them! Wheat-based treats can induce allergies. Onions, grapes, raisins, chocolate, Xylitol (the synthetic sweetener) and other foods can be poisonous and should never be given to puppies.
To learn more about what’s really in commercial pet food along with the other items that are toxic to dogs, come back often and examine our future posts where we will give you detailed advice.
10. Truth: Do you know that corn can kill puppies? Most dry dog food is loaded with this inexpensive filler and it’s not the exact same corn we consume. . .it’s the inexpensive remnants that’s fed to cows. . .even corn meal dust, swept up from the mill floor, is permitted to be used in pet food! Furthermore, if this corn had been found unfit for human consumption because of pesticide content, then there’s actually no limitation for pesticide contamination in pet foods. Additionally, corn is very high in carbs and therefore, very fattening. . .so, is it any wonder lots of dogs are overweight and suffer from diabetes. Dog Bone Print Clip Art
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So, now you understand a few of those awful realities about commercial dog food. As soon as you decide to improve your pet’s diet and stop feeding that “junk” food, it’s possible to greatly enhance his or her health and endurance. . .plus, you’ll save yourself a lot of cash!
All it takes is a small bit of knowledge and the desire to offer your pet with the vitality and long life it deserves. We will do our best to provide the knowledge. . .you just need to supply the desire.
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