Choosing the Right Diet for Dogs Can Be Challenging
When choosing diets for dogs, your first thought should be, if it is not already, an all-natural diet for dogs for dogs of every breed.
Raw Diet (RD) or Barf Diet (BF), are two other terms that are used for the all-natural diet for dogs. No matter what term you use, the principle is the same. Instead of feeding your dog processed dog food, diets for dogs should contain all raw dog food. Added to that remark, the food should also be fit for human consumption. You should cook the meat, however, for humans. Even the vegetables you give your dog should come from the same produce section of the grocery store. In other words, if you would not eat it, do not expect your dog to.
Most people are under the belief that diets for dogs really should contain nothing but canned dog food. The truth is, cats and dogs need to digest raw foods in their stomachs. That is why they are able to eat dead animals and birds in your yard or elsewhere and not get sick. As a matter of fact, the heat used in the processing of canned dog foods destroys all the enzymes and anti-oxidants.
Below are listed some suggestions and ideas for a natural diet for dogs.
Diets for dogs should not contain certain items. For starters, do not feed your dog chocolate, sugar (too much sugar can lead to cancer), grain, yeast ( can bring on allergies), milk or any other dairy products. Cooked bones are not good either. Bones that are cooked are brittle and break easily. Yes, that includes steak bones.
There are some general rules to follow when you are feeding your dog natural ingredients.
So, in conclusion, remember, that if your dog is on an all-natural diet, and he or she should be, be sure to give your dog the same thing in meats and vegetables that you would eat. Except you need to cook your meat first. Do some research and find how and how much to find your dog the naturally way. Good luck.