There are tons of dog lovers out there. But like in the case of us humans, just love is not enough. Now if we look at humans, we need food. And in a healthy regime, junk does not count as food. In the same way, sometimes what we so judiciously cook and feed our fury darlings, is not the same as what’s best for their system. We of course mean well, but they need to be fed certain foods raw, so that the amino acids and enzymes get to them in the right amount, resulting in a healthy immune system.
As we reach the Memorial Day Weekend, I am amazed at how many times I read about people who have left their dog in the car while they go shopping! The outcome is predictable, yet many dog lovers fall into this trap. Please leave your dog home! Don’t fall into one of these traps.
Proper dog nutrition is not categorized the same for all ages, sizes and breeds. Each breed has its dietary recommendation as well as the suggested number of feedings per day. These recommendations can also be customized according to the size and age group of your dog. However, you can follow some general guidelines in order to provide proper dog nutrition with a balanced diet.