What would you say if you were told that commercial dog food is slowly but surely killing your very best friend?
It’s an awful thing to think about, but in light of the recent pet food recalls it is all too much of a reality. So many people lost their pets because they trusted their pet food providers to give them the right amount of nutrition for their pet, and they paid for it with their dearest companion’s life.
It’s not just a couple of different dog foods that were affected by this scare: it was a whole list of the various varieties of dog food, some of which you may be feeding your dog right now.
There’s a good chance that you are using one the brands of dog food that has gone through a recall, however hopefully the “serial” number on your bag isn’t one from the tainted batches. If the fact that you may have very well missed your dog’s demise by a day or so of shopping scares you, it’s important you take a little time to consider what you are feeding your precious pup.
Many people have gotten tired of “rolling the dice” with commercial dog food and have swtiched entirely to natural dog food. This can be a great strategy to make sure your dog is eating nothing but healthy food, however we don’t want you to think that you can’t ever feed him the dog food you find in the store again.
You just need to know what to look for – you can use the link at the bottom of this article to find out exactly what to look for if you are shopping for dog food.
Let’s take a quick look at why many people are choosing to incorporate natural dog food into their dog’s diet.
The obvious reason many dog owners are switching to natural food is so that they won’t have to worry about a dog food scare again. You know exactly what you are putting in your dog’s body and once you get the hang of it, the cost of using natural dog food can be the same as using store bought brands.
If you think about it, your own body works best on natural foods, so it only makes sense that the same theory applies for your pet. All of the additives and preservatives are not what Mother Nature intended our bodies to have to be able to digest, and the same stands for dogs.
A canine’s sensitive system is just not equipped to handle all of that wheat gluten and the whole other host of hard to pronounce ingredients found in your dog’s food. Natural foods are easy to digest, healthy, and contribute to a better functioning system altogether for you and your pet. What is good for you is great for your pet.
Your dog is an animal, and while they are fortunate enough to have a home with you, keep in mind that they would be eating natural food if they lived in the wild. Wild dogs don’t have to worry about bad wheat gluten, or canine obesity, or tumors or anything else of that nature. Why is that? What they eat is 100 percent all-natural, so it’s important you pay attention to what you are feeding them inside your home.
Don’t spend any more money on commercial dog food until you have looked closer at the dangers of commercial dog foods – that’s why we put the link at the bottom of this article. Obviously you want to make sure your dog lives a happy, healthy and long life! Your dog brings a lot of joy in your life, and he deserves the very best in everything that you have to give! All the best!