What’s in your dogs food bowl?Angela Canine Life Skills
You should always check with your veterinarian about your dog’s diet but I’d like to give you a little information so you can make an informative decision.
There’s a lot of talk about raw diets out there and you may hear talk from both sides of the fence. Some people swear by all natural raw diets as a cure all for allergies and other health problems. They may be right. Nothing beats fresh food. But it’s not for everyone. If you don’t have the time or the room to house weeks worth of frozen pre-prepared meals for your dog then there are healthy alternatives.
There are frozen raw dog foods that are already mixed for a nutritional diet. Or another option is raw dehydrated or freeze dried food toppers that you can add to your current kibble for a healthy boost. And best of all, they don’t take up freezer space.
Kibble is still the best option for most of us but not all kibble is equal. You can see how your choice of dog food stacks up to the rest on this website that rates 100’s of different brands including packaged raw diets. Click here for the dog food adviser.
The brand you choose for your dog is your choice. You may be partial to a brand you’ve used for years and haven’t given any thought to switching or just didn’t realize there is much of a difference between brands. That’s ok. But it’s always a good idea to know what’s in your dog’s food by reading the label and knowing what the ingredients are. Again, check out the link above to find good information on what’s in your dog food brand by visiting the link above.