If you haven't already, this is the time of year pet owners will start to seriously consider how they are going to protect their pets from ticks, fleas & other biting bugs. A common first thought is to call the veterinarian & make an appointment to purchase medications. While this may be necessary, we are seeing more and more pet parents questioning the safety of these medications, due to the side effects and are in search of more natural ways to protect their pets.
Puppies can eat raw food just like an adult dog can!
No matter the age or breed, puppies can start eating raw dog food as early as 4 weeks old. It’s very important to provide growing puppies the proper nutrition and balance of essential nutrients in their diets.
Supplements are dietary add-ons to help support good health in our dogs. If your dog’s diet is balanced and they are eating a rotation of proteins, you may not need to add additional supplements. However, supplements can provide extra support for their overall health or can help with common health issues.
It is never too late to transition your pet to a raw food diet! Switching your senior dog to a high quality and balanced raw diet, can help prevent many common health issues or stop further damage from occurring. When feeding a natural & balanced raw diet to your senior pet, they will experience the same benefits as a young or middle age dog, improving their overall health & vitality.
Rotating proteins is especially important since no single protein source provides all the amino acids a dog requires. By consistently rotating different protein sources, you can help make sure your dog is getting a complete essential amino acid profile.
Does your dog suffer from allergies? Food intolerances are the single most frequent reason your pet may visit the vet's office. Knowing what food is triggering these reactions and how a raw food diet can help diminish your dog's allergies and related symptoms can be the start to seeing immediate healthy results.