Deciding on what you should feed your dog is not something to take lightly. The biggest contributor to wellness is diet, apart from mental health and exercise. I believe in leading by example; my two dogs are lean, energetic and very healthy, I desire to inspire you to try and come up the food yourself for your dog. Here are the tips you can use to improve your dog’s diet:
Avoid shelf stable foods as a staple diet
It is very alarming why processed foods have shelf life of 12 to 24 months. We are made to believe that shelf-stable foods have all the nutrients our dogs need to live healthily and live long. The shelf stable foods lack live enzymes because of the cooking, industrial processes. Be careful when purchasing such foods some contain synthetic supplements to meet supposedly “balanced” nutrition standards.
Introduce fresh whole foods
These fresh foods include vegetables and fruits which are rich in live enzymes which will improve your dog’s health. Whole foods have fiber which helps in the digestion process, pooping and even improves stools. Many nutrients are destroyed during the cooking process which creates shelf stable foods whereby the manufacturer takes advantage in addition synthetic nutrients to the products. There are vegetables that the dog should eat and some which cannot be eaten. Broccoli stems are very nice and nutritious plus the beetroot leaves which are very healthy. Vegetables have maximum nutrients which help in strengthening the bones, gums and teeth maintenance.
Avoid cooking meat
All species eat raw food except humans. Avoid cooking meat for your dog better you lightly sear it. Meat becomes harmful when introduced to heat for example when the muscles of mammals are cooked under high-temperature carcinogenic chemicals are produced which becomes harmful to the body system can even cause cancer or liver failure. Cooking meat for the dog is not the best option give it raw.
Use raw coconut oil as a source of fat
Coconut oil is unique and healthy has no additional chemical content. Coconut oil helps in managing your dog’s weight. The oil goes directly to the liver and then converted to energy. When your dog is full of energy, he can exercise well and stay lean to avoid being obese or having chances of getting diseases related to obesity.
Be in charge
no one knows your dog better than you do. This means you should be in control of your dog’s diet. Ensure you attend to your dog very well. Adhere to the dog’s meal times, bathing times, exercise, walk and resting times to this will keep your dog healthy and promote long life. Also, invite your dog’s vet to check it from time to time to ensure your dog’s health is at it’s best.…