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 Do you know what you're fixing your dog's dish everyday?

Most dogs will eat almost anything that's put ahead of them and, a bit like humans, they're what they eat.
Many now suffer from what are preventable diseases...did you recognize that 46% of all dogs die of cancer, 40% are overweight and scores more suffer everyday from allergies, ear infections, skin conditions, dental problems and other ailments...
When you learn the awful reality about the toxic ingreients in some commercial dog foods it'll shock and sicken you and, once you recognize the truth of the health benefits in feeding a dog a homemade diet, you'll be wanting to form an instantaneous change. If you stop feeding only commercial dog foods to your dog on a day to day , slowly introduce fresh meats and vegetables then stop commercial dog foods completely, you'll save him or her from needless suffering and save yourself a mountain of veterinarian bills, as well.

Now, here are a number of the realities about some commercial dog foods and also a number of the advantages of feeding a dog a healthy homemade diet...
1. Reality: does one know that some commercial petfood is basically dog "junk" food? If burgers, fried chicken, french-fried potatoes , etc., eaten as a gentle diet, can cause serious health issues in humans, what does dog "junk" food" do for dogs? Generally speaking, a canine's genetic makeup and nutritional requirements resembles that of humans. If we're damaging our own health by eating "junk food", what are often happening to our dogs once we feed them the equivalent, "junk" commercial dog food?
2. Reality: does one know that the foods we humans eat also are a healthy choice for our dogs? Whatever else you'll have heard, an equivalent wholesome, nutritious foods we eat are a terrific choice for dogs. However, there are certain differences between human and canine nutritional requirements so you will need to find out what they're if you would like to feed your dog a healthy diet.
3. Reality: does one know that if your vet sells petfood it also might not be such an excellent choice? a bit like our own medical doctors, veterinarians aren't taught an excessive amount of about nutrition in class . Most of what they learn is taught to them by the representatives of the pet food companies like , on staff company vets, sales reps (do you think that maybe they promote their own products?) alternatively through various studies, articles, and seminars. it isn't very likely that your vet knows the difference between good and bad food if they personally haven't studied about it or tried raw or homemade diets themselves.
What could also be happening is he or she is working on obsolete data or"old wives tales". Some vets even take advantage of selling a particular brand of petfood which may alright prejudice them against other brands or other sorts of feeding a dog, like home cooked petfood .
4. Reality: does one know that some processed commercial petfood s can actually be hazardous to your dog's health and may cause numerous medical issues? It's legal for dog food companies to incorporate "4D Meat" ("Dead, Dying,Diseased and Disabled" ranch or farm animals). additionally , they often add road kill (dead raccoons, possum and other animals killed by cars, trucks or disease), dogs and cats euthanized by vets, picked up by animal control workers and delivered to petfood companies' renderers for processing, powdered mill factory floor dust (they call it"grain") and what they call "corn" (usually ground left over husks) that's contaminated with very high amounts of pesticides. What some pet food manufacturers are putting into petfood and disguising as "ByProducts" is borderline criminal!
It all makes a recipe of the worst possible mixture of ingredients we could ever feed to our dogs. And yet, many us do so, unknowingly! Remember...the cheaper the food...the cheaper the ingredients...the worse the nutrition...the more harmful, even deadly it an be! confirm you recognize what's within the food, whenever you're feeding a dog! Read all about commercial petfood thorough in my future articles.
Please note: not "all" commercial dog foods are made up of poor quality ingredients and cheap byproducts. petfood manufacturers and therefore the ingredients they use differ greatly. My goal in these articles is to supply you with the maximum amount information possible, so you'll make your own "informed" decisions about what's or isn't good food for your dog. I'll get into much greater detail about different "quality" petfood producers, ingredients and the way to read petfood labels in future articles...so come often.
5. Reality: does one know it is a mistake to think that kibble cleans dog's teeth? This myth was circulated a short time ago by a study that implied kibble "may" be better than canned petfood (not "is" better) for cleaning teeth. What must it's saying to us that nearly every dog over the age of three that has dental disease eats kibble! Not  hard to work that one out!
6. Reality: does one know that the term "Complete and Balanced"(used by some commercial petfood companies to advertise their products) doesn't really mean "Optimum". There are significant differences: food meeting only the "assumed" requirements for the health of a mean dog are often advertised as "Complete and Balanced". When these foods are included in feeding trials, they're often only tested for things like lead et al. are tested only on alittle number of dogs for a really short time.
It's certain that adequate nutrients, necessary for our dog's wellness, won't be included in these products. It certainly is best than "not" complete and balanced in the least , but only "optimal" levels of balanced nutrition are what we should always be trying to find . We'll be providing you with details of what optimal balanced nutrition is during a later article.
Sometimes a quick glance at the label can tell you whether the petfood is formed of quality ingredients or not, in others it takes more knowledge about each of the ingredients to be ready to tell whether that food is best . in fact every manufacturer goes to state that they're using only the absolute best ingredients. However, our constitutional right to freedom of speech doesn't require such statements to be truthful.
Be sure you recognize what's within the food you're feeding a dog every day! We'll write more on this later...
7. Reality: does one know that if you're feeding a dog an equivalent thing a day you're limiting it's access to good nutrition? Dog's, a bit like us, need a spread of food. are you able to imagine eating ground corn husks, rancid fat and only wing skin and bones (no Meat) with some cheap vitamins and minerals thrown in, every single day for your entire life?
It is true that some dogs can have an initial sensitivity when introduced to certain new foods. So, feeding a dog a spread of foods can cause stomach issues, but it's only because they have been lacking balanced nutrition in their diet. As soon as they're given a well diet , their gastrointestinal system gets restored. they will then eat a spread of foods at each meal with none problem, even as we do.
Be sure you introduce different foods in small amocnts in order that your dog's stomach has time to regulate to the changes.
8. Reality: does one know that dry petfood isn't better than canned dog food? believe it...the food during a can is kept fresh by the very means of canning it. Now consider the quantity of preservatives dry dog foods need after they're opened, so as to remain "fresh" indefinitely within the original bag, or whatever container you employ for storage, or once they get overlooked all day so your dog can self-feed. Dry foods start out cooked then are subjected to a high level of warmth , which destroys nutrients...canned foods are canned fresh and thus , retain more nutrients (although they're really not completely balanced).
Fresh food is "always" the simplest choice, either fed raw or cooked...next would be frozen or dehydrated then freeze dried foods, all available at better pet stores.
9. Reality: does one know that a number of the ingredients wont to make commercial petfood and certain common, everyday foods are often toxic to dogs, even kill them! Cooked bones and rawhide chews can cause major internal issues that need surgery. Wheat-based treats can induce allergies. Onions, grapes, raisins, chocolate, Xylitol (the artificial sweetener) and other foods are often hazardous and will never tend to dogs.
To learn more about what's really in commercial petfood and therefore the other items that are toxic to dogs, come often and skim our future articles where we'll offer you detailed information.
10. Reality: does one know that corn can kill dogs? Most dry petfood is loaded with this cheap filler and it isn't an equivalent corn we eat...it's the cheap remnants that's fed to cattle...even corn meal dust, swept up from the mill floor, is allowed to be utilized in dog food! Also, if this corn had been found unfit for human consumption thanks to pesticide content, then there's actually no limit for pesticide contamination in pet foods. Additionally, corn is extremely high in calories and thus , very fattening...so, is it any wonder many dogs are overweight and suffer from diabetes.
So, now you recognize a number of the awful realities about commercial petfood . Once you opt to enhance your dog's diet and stop feeding that "junk" food, you'll greatly improve his or her health and longevity...plus, you'll save yourself tons of money!
All it takes may be a bit of data and therefore the desire to supply your dog with the vitality and long life it so richly deserves. We'll do our greatest to provide the knowledge...you just got to supply the will.
Dogs Rule!
 My Sister may be a caring "dog person" who is curious about dog health and longevity and has loved and raised dogs all her life. She recently learned that, for several years, she had been feeding toxic ingredients to her dogs. one among them suffered from severe bladder issues and died at a really young age and a number of other others died far too early from cancer. The last of her dogs to die, died of stomach cancer.
Now that she's spent tons of your time researching dog nutrition and learned the awful truth about what's really in commercial petfood and the way toxic it's , she feels compelled to show the blatant lies that are being perpetuated by pet food companies. She decided to start out an internet site and blog and write articles to publicize and expose everything she now knows or will eventually study the disgusting, toxic ingredients we're unknowingly feeding to our trusting dogs, and also offer you some healthy options for feeding a dog.
Her goal is to supply you with the maximum amount information as possible so you'll make your own informed decisions on what's best for your dog.
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