Don’t compromise on your dog’s health.
Find out why high-quality dog food with the right balance of animal fats and carbohydrates is crucial for their well-being.
Your dog deserves the best nutrition possible.
Discover the benefits of feeding them high-quality dog food that includes essential animal fats and carbohydrates.
Choosing the right dog food is essential for your furry friend’s health.
Learn about the importance of high-quality animal fats and carbohydrates in their diet.
Animal fats and carbohydrates are essential sources of energy for dogs, providing them with the essential fuel they need to stay active and healthy – available in high-quality dog food.
Fats are especially important for maintaining healthy skin and coat, while carbohydrates help to regulate blood sugar levels and provide a steady source of energy throughout the day.
- High-quality animal fats, such as chicken fat and fish oil, provide essential omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids for healthy skin and coat.
- Carbohydrates, such as sweet potatoes and brown rice, provide a slow-release source of energy that helps to regulate blood sugar levels and prevent spikes and crashes.
- Balanced nutrition helps to support overall health and wellbeing in dogs of all ages and breeds.
- Provides essential energy for active dogs.
- Helps to maintain healthy skin and coat.
- Regulates blood sugar levels for steady energy throughout the day.
- Supports overall health and wellbeing in dogs of all ages and breeds.
Animal Fat: Animal fat is an important source of energy for your pet.
Animal Fat: Animal fat is an important source of energy for your pup.
- Animal Fats:
It provides essential amino acids and omega fatty acids like EPA and DHA, which help to keep their skin and coat healthy.
Animal fats are also a major source of saturated fat, which aids in digestion and helps your dog maintain a healthy weight.
Some popular animal fats sources include chicken fat, dairy products, beef tallow, lamb fat, pork fat, duck fat, and fish oil.
Carbohydrates provide energy to power your pup’s daily activities as well as keep them lean and strong.
They also come with some health benefits; for example, certain carbohydrates provide dietary fiber which can help regulate blood sugar levels and support digestive health.
Common sources of carbohydrates for dogs include oats, sweet potatoes, rice (brown or white), quinoa, barley, millet, buckwheat, and cornmeal.
3. Fruits & Vegetables:
Fruits and vegetables are packed with vitamins and minerals that can benefit your pup’s overall health – especially when served in moderation.
Popular fruits enjoyed by dogs typically include apples (seedless), bananas (unpeeled), blueberries (frozen or fresh), cantaloupe in insignificant amounts*, grapes** (cut into small pieces) strawberries*** (de-stemmed / chopped) plus more. Great veggie options include squash (zucchini & butternut squash for example), carrots (likewise cut into small pieces * no seeds sitting out on the ground). Green beans are also delicious treats that many pups enjoy.
Protein is a critical component to any canine’s diet—it’s the building blocks of life for all animals! Providing optimal sources of protein from animal-based meals such as eggs/egg whites/egg yolks from chickens along with other proteins like wild Alaskan salmon can help ensure good nutrient absorption throughout the GI tract while simultaneously supporting muscle maintenance/growth & joint mobility too.
The other best sources would be organ meats – liver specifically – which is why we love providing our furry family members with perfectly balanced raw diets whenever possible.
Additionally leaner cuts like chicken breasts should do simply fine – just make sure to trim off any visible fats before feeding them.
Grains provide dietary fiber that supports healthy digestion plus offers essential nutrients such as zinc, B vitamins like B5 (essential for cell metabolism) plus minerals including selenium & magnesium – all essential elements for both humans AND canines alike.
Brown rice is always a pup favorite however oats (+ other similar grains such as barley or millet) should serve nicely as alternative options if need BE :).
Whole grains will contain far more energy than refined ones so it’s ideal to find whole grain sources wherever possible if planning on incorporating them into your dog’s diet 😉
Just make sure you know how much is too much…too much of anything isn’t usually a good thing after all 😉
6. Dairy Products:
Milk products offer numerous benefits including additional energy via fatty acids (which are key components necessary for proper brain development).
Dairy items like plain yogurt + formulated cottage cheese both offer excellent nutritional profiles containing lots of calcium + phosphorus w/ trace amounts of various essential B-vitamins ++ zinc too.
Just remember – any lactose intolerant pups cannot consume these major milk derivatives without upsetting their tummies: You might try goats’ milk instead if they happen to be lactose sensitive – many pet owners report success stories using this goats’ milk swap. Dried Soybeans also make exciting treats perfect for puppies.
7. Vitamins & Minerals:
Vitamins + Minerals are “cofactor molecules” required by enzymes involved in metabolic processes.
Vitamin A plays an especially key role in facilitating normal eye development plus supports bone growth + immunity systems alongside Vitamin E.
Your dogs will need these water-soluble supplements for your dog regularly depending on their respective individualized needs – so use caution here.
Calcium – found abundantly in dark green leafy vegetables – helps support normal skeletal development.
Plus, traces minerals such as Iron, Magnesium, Zinc, Copper, Manganese etc provide further nutritional enhancement in distinct parts.