What are the major do’s & don’ts to feeding your dog a healthy food.
Feeding your dog a healthy nutritious homemade dog food is really not that difficult. You may have to initially learn some new things about healthy dog nutrition. However, there is great value in seeing your dog blossom on a healthy homemade dog food. Let’s get started with some general do’s and don’ts to feeding your dog a healthy dog food.
The Do’s of feeding your dog a healthy dog food
- Feed him like a carnivore. This means plenty of raw meat, raw bones animal fat and cartilage.
- Feed you dog whole unprocessed foods. (hot dogs are a good example of a highly processed food to avoid)
- Feed your dog whole food meaty dog treats. Read the label. Many dog treats are full of dies, chemicals and preservatives.
The Don’ts of feeding your dog a healthy dog food
- Don’t feed your dog a high carbohydrate diet.
- Don’t feed your dog highly processed food.
- Don’t feed your dog a vegetarian diet. If you are a vegetarian that is fine but don’t force your lifestyle choice on him, it’s really not fair. If you truly love him you will feed him the food he was designed to eat. If you just can’t bring yourself to feed a carnivore “animal products” consider a rabbit as a pet. Rabbits are quite nice and vegetarians.
- Don’t feed highly processed dog treats. These dog treats are filled with harmful chemicals and fillers. These dog treats are just plain awful and can cause many health problems.
- Finally, don’t give up. It takes a little to get started but feeding a homemade dog food is so good for your dog.