In our blogs we’ve been discussing the numerous benefits of feeding your dog a gently cooked diet.
However, for those of you who have large dogs with large appetites feeding your dog a full gently cooked diet may not be realistic from a cost perspective. So what should you do?
The good news is that studies have shown even supplementing your dog’s kibble with fresh food can have numerous health benefits to your pup!
Some of the benefits of supplementing your dog’s existing food with gently cooked food include:
- Ensuring your dog is getting natural vitamins and minerals. Kibble generally has synthetic supplements, however research shows that nutrients are more potent from natural sources and are better for your dog.
- Increase of your dog’s energy level, helps them have a shinier and healthier coat, and improves the consistency of their stool.
- reduces the risk of disease and illness and your vet bills!
- Increased moisture. The moisture content is removed from kibble in order to give it a long shelf life. However, dogs need moisture in their food and do not get enough from drinking water so many live in a state of dehydration! Adding fresh food to your dogs dry food can give them the nutrients they need! (To learn more about moisture in dogs food read our blog post here)
Do you have questions about feeding your dog a gently cooked diet as either a whole meal or nutritious topper? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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