What you should know about your pet’s nutrition:

Nutrition in pets is critical. A good diet will allow our pet to develop healthy, avoid diseases, stimulate the immune system, and make the contribution of vitamins, minerals, essential fats, etc., which will then be reflected in a good coat, teeth, bones and strong muscles.

Canine nutrition:

The four pillars of high quality nutrition

Your dog is extraordinary, but to really show off his wonderful skin during his life he also needs to feed himself with an extraordinary meal. Therefore, it pays to read what is written on the ingredient label and make sure you are choosing a product of the highest quality.

Endless boats and effortless enthusiasm are innate in every dog (and good nutrition will provide you with great energy today and allow you to maintain excellent health throughout your life).

But what ingredients should you look for? Well, there are the “fantastic four” (the quality pillars of good canine nutrition):

Protein of animal origin

Carbohydrates

Special Fiber Sources

Balanced Fatty Acids

Let’s look at these components one by one to find out why they are so important.

Protein, Carbohydrates and Fiber: Why They Matter Premium foods are rich in good quality animal protein. When such animal proteins such as chicken, lamb or fish are listed first on the label (instead of side products or proteins of plant origin) you can be sure that it is good quality food. One-third of a dog’s protein intake is used to keep its skin and coat in excellent condition and half of its body mass is muscle formed from the protein’s food. So whether you have a Doberman or a sausage dog, protein is key to maintaining a brilliant look and magnificent muscles.

Nature prepared dogs to eat meat (just glances at their teeth), but carbohydrates are essential in smaller amounts. Whole grains such as barley and sorghum keep blood sugar at a healthy level after meals.

Protein of animal origin Carbohydrates Special Fiber Sources Balanced Fatty Acids Let’s look at these components one by one to find out why they are so important.   Protein, Carbohydrates and Fiber: Why They Matter Premium foods are rich in good quality animal protein. When such animal proteins such as chicken, lamb or fish are listed first on the label (instead of side products or proteins of plant origin) you can be sure that it is good quality food. One-third of a dog’s protein intake is used to keep its skin and coat in excellent condition and half of its body mass is muscle formed from the protein’s food. So whether you have a Doberman or a sausage dog, protein is key to maintaining a brilliant look and magnificent muscles. Nature prepared dogs to eat meat (just glances at their teeth), but carbohydrates are essential in smaller amounts. Whole grains such as barley and sorghum keep blood sugar at a healthy level after meals. It is easy to forget fiber too, but it is a fundamental part of a dog’s diet. Sixty-five percent of your pet’s immune system is in its digestive system, and the correct fiber, such as beet pulp and FOS (fructooligosaccharides), maintains a healthy microflora, good nutrient absorption and a quality of stools Good. Other fibers, such as cellulose, do not provide these benefits and increase the volume of stools.

How Balanced Fatty Acids Can Improve Intelligence

Fats increase your dog’s endless energy (and his intelligence). When omega 3 (a fatty acid found in flaxseed oil and fish) was provided to puppies during training tests, they showed a performance twice that of the control group. As with omega 6 (another type of fatty acid), the key to omega 3 is to include it in your dog’s diet in a perfect proportion. The best quality dog meals will possess these vital elements in the perfect relationship.

 

 

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