Commercial Dog Food – Ten Realities You Must Know

Do you know what you put in your dog’s dish on a daily basis?

Most dogs will eat practically anything that is placed in front of them, and they are what they consume, just like humans. Look at this now classes

Many dogs currently suffer from diseases that could be avoided…did you know that 46% of all dogs die of cancer, 40% are overweight, and thousands more suffer from allergies, ear infections, skin disorders, dental difficulties, and other maladies on a daily basis…

When you learn the shocking truth about the poisonous substances in some commercial dog foods, you’ll be shocked and sickened, and after you understand the truth about the health benefits of feeding a homemade diet to your dog, you’ll want to make a change right away. You’ll save your dog from unnecessary pain and save yourself a mountain of veterinarian expenses if you quit giving him exclusively commercial dog foods on a daily basis, gradually introduce fresh meats and veggies, and ultimately stop feeding him commercial dog meals totally.

Here are some of the realities about some commercial dog diets, as well as some of the advantages of providing a nutritious homemade diet to a dog…

  1. Do you aware that some commercial dog food is actually “junk” food for dogs? If a steady diet of burgers, fried chicken, french fries, and other “junk” foods can cause serious health problems in humans, what can “junk” commercial dog food do for dogs? A dog’s genetic makeup and nutritional requirements are similar to those of humans, so if we can harm our own health by eating “junk” food, what can happen to our dogs when we feed them the equivalent, “junk” commercial dog food?
  2. Reality: Did you know that the same wholesome, nutritious foods that we humans eat are also a healthy choice for our dogs? Despite what you may have heard, the same wholesome, nutritious foods that we humans eat are a fantastic choice for dogs. However, there are some differences between human and canine nutritional requirements, and you’ll need to learn about them if you want to feed your dog a healthy diet.
  3. Reality: Did you know that if your veterinarian sells dog food, it might not be such a good idea? Just like our own doctors, veterinarians aren’t taught much about nutrition in school; instead, most of what they learn is taught to them by representatives of the pet food industry, such as on-staff company vets, sales reps (do you think they promote their own products?) or through vlogs.