Dog Food & Nutrition : Adding Supplements to Dog Food

To summarize this segment on dog food, I would highly recommend that you consider the Doggy Steps philosophy of not feeding your dog anything that you would not eat Certainly, budget and time is going to be a concern, but really consider taking the ingredient label test to see what you're feeding your dog

I'm sure many of you have heard that some dog owners give their dog a raw diet There's been research, given that dogs are from wolf packs, that they can survive on a raw meat diet Since all of our dogs are now domesticated, their systems have changed from the days of wolves and dogs, wild dogs, eating all raw meat So, do your research, if you're considering a raw diet, if you would like to proceed in that way I also recommend, like I've said, keeping your dog's diet with a different variety for nutrition and texture

I also will add supplements to my dog's food, such as yogurt for added bacteria, slices of cheese, as well as left-over pork, chicken, or steak, when it's cooked, rinsing off any type of seasoning, such as salt and pepper This will give your dog some little added texture You also can add any type of fruit or vegetable to your dog's dry food, as long as it's not raisins, onions, or grapes So, basic fruits and vegetables that I would add would be broccoli, cauliflower, bananas or apples Please do your own research before adding any other additives to your dog's food, to make sure it's not harmful for them

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