Dogs thrive when they are fed high-quality foods. According to expert in pet nutrition as well as veterinarian Dr. Gary Richter, author of “The Ultimate Pet Health Guide” and an active member on Rover’s Dog People Panel, “The single biggest thing you can do to keep your dog happy and healthy is to provide them with optimal nutrition.” For certain breeds that are grain-free, this might mean grain-free dog food.
Is grain-free the right choice for your pet? Although allergies can be a major problem for dogs, only around 10% of all canine allergies are attributed to diet. In the case of diet-related allergies the majority are connected to lamb, beef, chicken eggs, dairy products, and eggs instead of grains such as grains like corn or wheat. A diet that is grain-free can reduce the amount of carbohydrates that your dog is eating however, you should take note that many grain-free recipes substitute other kinds of carbohydrates (rice and peas) in place of corn or wheat. One of the main arguments in favor of grain-free dishes is that they’re typically top-of-the-line Most are made by well-known companies that make use of top-quality animal protein sources. Discover more in our in-depth look at the possibility that grain-free is the right choice for your dog..
What About Grain-Free Foods and “BEG” Diets?
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