How To Make Your Dog Healthy

Health For Dogs

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Commercial dog food manufacturers spend huge amount of money testing and determining optimum levels of nutrients for dogs in different life phases. Theoretically, you can provide your dog with the same nutrition he gets from commercial dog food, but It’s unlikely you will have quite the body of expertise, research and testing behind you that leading companies do. Unless your dog is ill or recuperating, and is off this usual food, it’s easiest for you and healthiest for your dog stick with commercial food.
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Your canine needs protein, carbohydrates, fats, nutritional supplements in the right proportions to remain healthy and fit. If you are feeding him kibble, then it must not only contain all the necessary nutrients but it must also comprise the “needed amount” of nutrients your dog has to take in a day. The items in the dog food must depend on your dog’s size, age, and activity.
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<p>Protein</bold>  is known to make new tissues and repair damaged tissues.Growing puppies, active dogs and pregnant and lactating females need extra. Dogs should be daily supplemented with protein since the body has no ability to produce protein on its own. Unlike those mentioned, dogs that are not much active can receive at least 1/7 of protein content from their nutritional sources.</p><p><bold>Fats</bold>  are the responsible materials in giving our dogs a wholesome looking skin and shiny fur. However, it can cause obesity in dogs if we neglect to check his feeding as well as the total amount of fat he is taking.</p><img src=”http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQGyJfFbVDjpH-nUWH7BETdCWfcV1wRMjYhQdG81XzDHPputSxSUQ~http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcS9649seg3KJ3rYT3Tk8eC1N1JZAlayltPictgj5Xk1Utn4AQIA~http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSvi8StpItoqAmS6gbRKIEK7PzxPHnDZh8a_F1pyB_Moic53rW6 ” height=” 150″ align=” right” /><p><bold>Carbohydrates</bold> offer energy. The meals that are rich in carbohydrates mostly are rice, grains, pasta, and potatoes. However, always monitor the sum of carbohydrates because frequent taking it in too large amount may cause obesity.</p><p><bold>Vitamins</bold>  work as the shield for infections, responsible for the dog’s development, and also aid for the body to carry on normal system functions. Vitamin deficiencies may lead to a lackluster coat, weight loss, unhealthy skin and vision problems. If you feed a premium quality kibble, it likely includes all the vitamins necessary for your dog’s health.</p><p>Minerals</bold>, like vitamins, keep up with the activity of dogs and these help them to perform their tasks properly and effectively. It’s really important for the label if the said dry food is really full of quality (minerals contained need to be in right amounts).</p><p><h5>Additional Tips To Keep Your Dog Is Properly Fed</h5><img src=”http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQlVAEbO3xRAG3znplp7zcDK_1Coth3gadlYAji1f44R5KwRgaz ” height=”270″ align=”left” /> <p>Though there are many dog owners who impose the free feeding on their dog, it is not an acceptable one.Don’t think that you could quite save a lot of time by doing so. The excuse is this might have a negative effect on a dog’s gastrointestinal system. It is alright for dogs to take their meals in between long hours. Doing the free feeding will only make their stomach exhausted.</p><p>Attempt to show him his subsequent meal right after he has eaten the previous one. Does he still crave for some more or not? Stay away the meal if he shows no interest in it. He will eat it after some hours. This is one way of coaching your dog – teaching him to eat meals hours in the planned hours.</p><p>Always take some time in reading the food item label when buying commercial foods for your dog. It tells how much amount you should give the food. If your dog is gaining weight after some few days of feeding the certain dog food, then you should cut the amount given to him. Remember that the information on the label is appropriate for general weight of dogs.</p>

Health For Dogs

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