Homemade Dog Food Ingredients
Homemade dog food ingredients can include the vast majority of natural wholefoods that human beings eat. No takeaways, no chocolate, onions, avocados, grapes, raisins, macadamia nuts, alcohol nor anything with xylitol in it such as artificial sweeteners. But other than those things, dogs can eat and enjoy most fruits, vegetables, pulses, legumes, seeds, grains, herbs and spices, together of course with an enormous variety of meat and fish for protein. Caution does have to be exercised with regard to the quantities of these ingredients, but we have extensive articles which include the beneficial reasons for including these homemade dog food ingredients in your dog’s diet.
High in protein, there is some evidence that soya beans can help regulate sugar levels in dogs suffering from diabetes. That having been said, moderation is the key . . .
When variety is such an in important contributor towards a healthy diet, the wider the variety of ingredients you can offer your dog, the better . . .
Tuna is easily digestible protein rich in omega-3 fatty acids. High in energy and low in fat, tuna can make a welcome addition to your dog’s diet . . .
Pollock is a good source of lean, healthy protein, and an ideal occasional protein source if your dog is in need of losing weight. If pollock is not available . . .
Gluten-free and a good source of vitamin B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, magnesium, manganese, zinc, phosphorus and iron, millet is one of nature’s least . . .
Safflower oil can help maintain a dog’s skin and coat, boost a dog’s immune system, has anti-inflammatory properties which can help with arthritis and strengthen . . .
Rich in healthy carbohydrates, brown rice is a particularly good source of energy for both body and brain, as well as providing dogs with numerous beneficial . . .
Beetroot Greens are a beneficial occasional ingredient to feed to your dog. They’re low in calories, rich in antioxidants, have natural anti-inflammatory . . .
Fed occasionally and always in moderation, asparagus is an excellent source of vitamins and minerals for dogs. An acknowledged superfood, it’s just as . . .