We all love our dogs and want the best for them, which mean we also want to give them healthy food. But what type of raw dog food should you give your pet? And how much should you feed them? Well, as it turns out, there are several factors to consider when you’re choosing the right kind of food to feed your dog. This article will teach you how to choose the right food and how much you should feed your dog each day. By following these tips and guidelines, you can be sure that your dog gets the proper nutrition he or she needs.
Consider Home Cooked Food
Feeding dogs on raw diets means there’s less risk of overfeeding them as well as less risk of spoilage and toxic build up in their systems. Homemade raw food provides all of the necessary vitamins and minerals without any extra fillers or unnecessary ingredients.
When cooked foods cool down they often release some toxins (although not all) so having a fresher dinner is much better than using pre-packaged foods or leftovers. If you cook at home then you’re able to use organic meats too!
You don’t have to worry about calorie count or making sure there’s enough calcium in your pet’s diet since their nutrition requirements will be met through their daily intake of fresh produce.
Superior Bone and Joint Health
There’s not any better way of supporting bones than with the bones! No doubt crushed bone is the source of phosphorus, calcium, chondroitin, glucosamine, marrow and collagen. All these components will result in the healthy growth among puppies and maintaining good bone and joint health for the dog.
Improved Immune System
Immune system is a first defence to fight off any infection for this reason, it is important to keep this in the tip-top condition. Offering balanced and complete nutrition is important in helping your dogs’ immune systems to thrive and nutrition in natural ingredients have an added benefit to be digestible for the dog.
Another important reason for giving your dog raw food instead of processed food is that it reduces allergies. This is because the proteins in raw-fed dogs’ diet are more similar to what their bodies evolved with. The protein sources in processed foods (i.e., soy, corn, wheat, etc) may not be tolerated well and may cause an immune response leading to allergies over time.