#1 Reason Your Dog’s Diet Is Causing Health Problems
There’s nothing more fun than a day at the park, a long hike in the woods, or a game of Frisbee with your dog. And the longer your fur baby stays healthy and happy, the longer you get to enjoy those tail-wagging good times together.
But when your pet isn’t feeling his best, it can really put a damper on all of the fun you have together.
All of a sudden you wish your dog was begging you to play with that annoying squeaky toy or to let her off the leash so she could chase those ‘tennis balls with tails’ that the doggy gods throw from the heavens (or as we call them, squirrels).
It’s upsetting to see your pet sick or in pain, but what’s even more upsetting is not understanding what’s causing your pet to feel sick or uncomfortable. And when your pet goes through test after test without any answers, things become downright frustrating.
Eventually, you may come to a point where no answers can be found, and as a pet parent, that can be devastating.
If this is you, you don’t need to put your tail between your legs and scamper away just yet.
The cause of your pet’s pain and discomfort may not be from an illness or injury. It’s very possible that your dog’s problems stem from the diet you feed your loyal companion.
It’s surprising, but this type of issue often gets overlooked by vets.
Most commercial dog foods are filled with grains, which can easily disrupt your dog’s digestive system. And once your pet’s GI system becomes disrupted, nearly every other system in your pooch’s body can be affected.
The digestive process begins in the mouth. And when your pup’s kibble is stuffed with grains and other fillers it’s hard to chew and is often swallowed whole. From there, the stomach has a harder time digesting the food particles and a disruptive trickle effect occurs as the consumed food makes its way to your pet’s intestines.
If the food isn’t broken down by the time it reaches the small intestine, your dog cannot absorb the nutrients. When your dog’s body doesn’t absorb the nutrients, he/she misses out on the essential vitamins and minerals that are necessary to stay healthy.
On top of being unable to absorb nutrients, improperly digested food puts a heavy strain on your dog’s liver to filter toxic and harmful byproducts.
All of these problems pile up and cause your pet to suffer from a variety of different symptoms.
The most common symptoms that occur when a dog’s gut system is unhealthy include:
- Consistent vomiting
- Consistent diarrhea
- Abdominal pain
- Skin problems
- Weight loss
- Loss of appetite
- Repeat bladder infections
Please note: if your pet has any of these symptoms, talk to your vet immediately!
It’s incredible how much damage pet food stuffed with grain and other fillers can cause.
And that’s why our veterinary partners at Everyday Pets encourage feeding your dog Life’s Abundance Grain-Free Dog Food.
This formula is packed with all the vitamins, minerals, omega-3s, and proteins your pup needs to stay healthy, without all the harmful grain fillers found in most common dog food brands.
Made for all life stages, this premium kibble contains no grains, artificial flavors or colors, corn or corn gluten, or wheat or wheat gluten.
This grain-free recipe contains only the finest, howl-at-the-moon, healthy ingredients, like…
A proprietary blend of vitamins and minerals.
- High-quality protein from turkey, chicken, and whitefish meals for strong muscles.
- An antioxidant system including vitamins C and E.
- Prebiotic fiber and guaranteed probiotics.
- A selection of nutritious vegetables and fruits.
- Guaranteed omega-3 fatty acids for healthy skin and a shiny coat.
- Guaranteed calcium and phosphorus for healthy teeth and strong bones.
- Dietary fiber to help maintain a healthy digestive tract.
Last but not least, you can rest assured that when your pet scarfs down Life’s Abundance grain free dog food that he/she will benefit from strict inventory controls and product safety considerations that are second to none.
Put your K-9 on the path to wellness so that he/she can get back to chasing the mailman, wrestling with that annoying squeaky toy during your important phone call, and digging through your laundry basket to find dirty clothes to lie in.