Benefits of natural dog food

According to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention (APOP), 55.8% of dogs are classified as overweight or obese. During the 11th annual survey conducted in 2018, APOP also found that pet owners struggle to help their pets achieve safe and ideal weights. In addition to this scenario, every year owners spend thousands of dollars treating allergies, joint problems, digestive disorders and serious diseases. All these concerns could be improved dramatically with a natural and wholesome nutritious diet.

Natural dog food means real ingredients you can actually see in your dog’s bowl. Protein sources in dry food that have not been approved for human consumption are much lower quality than fresh, human grade meats. Additionally, most commercial dry dog foods are extremely processed and can be loaded with hidden ingredients and additives that have been known to cause health issues especially when fed for the entire life.

Here are some benefits of feeding natural food to your dog:

1. Strong immune system

Natural dog food made with high quality ingredients improves immune response and increases vitality. Dogs get more excited to play and stronger to fight illness. There is no mystery behind! Natural dog food is packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and all required nutrients to ensure a healthy life.

2. Healthier digestion

Natural ingredients are easier to digest and the nutrient availability is higher, which means your dog will absorb more and produce less poop. Other positive aspect of natural dog food compared to highly processed dry food is that there is no addition of chemicals such as preservatives, colors or chemicals. This is super important because there is no overload of unnecessary substances, helping the digestive system and avoiding several food sensitiveness related to these chemicals.

3. Healthier skin and coat

Many dogs suffer from skin issues like itching, rashes, and dry coats. Frequently, dog parents connect these symptoms to allergies, however many skin problems might be caused by the large amounts of fillers and chemicals present in processed dry dog food. Natural nutrient-rich diets with essential fatty acids (e.g. omega 3 and 6) improve skin and hydrate coats. The higher bio-availability of nutrients is also connected to a healthier skin, since the skin requires minerals and vitamins to stay healthy.

4. Easier to manage body weight

Dogs eating natural food reach and maintain a healthier and leaner body weight. Other aspect is satiety. They seem to be very content and satisfied after meals. Several dogs with issues to gain weight especially because they don’t enjoy eating dry food go very well with natural food showing a good appetite and excitement at meal time.

5. Quality of life and longevity

Just as the quality of your diet affects the quality of your life, what you feed your dog will have a direct impact on how he or she looks, feels, and acts. By feeding a natural diet you can help ensure your dog lives a long, happy and healthy life. A shiny coat, energy to run and play, a healthy weight and a strong immune system can maximize your dog’s life expectancy and quality of life into old age.

Among all the benefits of natural dog food, perhaps the greatest is feeling the joy every time we add real and delicious food to our dog’s bowl. It is amazing to watch their excitement and happiness! They deserve all this love, right?

Choose what’s best for your dog

Going natural with your dog does not have to be an all or nothing approach – adding even small amounts of natural dog food to your dog’s meals will definitely improve overall health. Check out our natural and gourmet dog food at www.joyinthebowl.com

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