Dog nutrition entails meeting your dog’s nutritional requirements with a well balanced, appropriately proportioned and varied diet in order to maintain its overall health and wellbeing. Like human beings, dogs are omnivores. Their digestive systems have evolved to benefit from both plant and animal-based ingredients, where quality and digestibility are more important than the source of the ingredient. And your dog’s health is more closely related to good dog nutrition than anything else.
As we have on occasion mentioned before, one of the great things about making homemade food for your dog is being able to take . . . .
You will probably find your dog drinks a lot less water once you home cook his or her food. That’s because, unlike kibble, the fresh food you lightly cook for your dog . . .
Whether you’re worried about the additives in commercial dog food, concerned about pet food recalls or simply want the best for your dog, changing his or her diet . . .
Balance, Variety & Moderation are the three basic principles of dog nutrition. If we balance one ingredient against another, offer them a wide variety . . .
A normal, healthy, adult dog should eat between 2 and 3% of its body weight a day. Older, less active dogs, have lower energy levels and therefore require . . .
Eggshells are an excellent, easily digestible and natural source of calcium for dogs, as well as containing trace amounts of magnesium, strontium and . . .
As far as our own two dogs are concerned, nothing beats homemade dog food. Nothing comes even close to the goodness, the variety, the taste . . .
While many small dogs are quite happy being fed once a day, dogs are not so much different from human beings. Imagine how . . .
Calcium is essential to dogs. If you don’t like the idea of regular meaty bones on your living room carpet, feed our Eggshell Powder with every meal. Next to . . .