Food is hugely important to the health of your dog. As a canine nutritionist I believe I can cure a large percentage of modern ailments purely by making adjustments to your dog’s diet. And it’s not a question of whether you can afford to feed your dog properly, it’s a question of whether you can afford not too. Because the alternative to feeding your dog proper nutritious food is more expensive vet bills and a shorter time with your best friend. So if you want a happier, healthier dog who really enjoys his or her food and spends less time at the vets, read on!
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 . . .
Lentils can help manage blood sugar levels, making them an ideal ingredient for the diabetic dog, as well as lowering cholesterol . . .
Highly digestible, nutrient-rich, lean protein, turkey may be ideal for dogs with food sensitivities towards chicken or beef. Most supermarkets today stock . . .