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Reasons to Choose Organic DogFood



Organic_Dog_Food.jpgHave you noticed more people are making the switch to all organic foods for themselves and for their children? Well, it is true and this is simply due to the amount of knowledge the public has recently been given on how processed foods and those that are not organic can have a profound impact on your health. Feeding your dog organic foods may be a wise option for your pet is they are frequently getting sick or they have any weight or allergy issues to make their lives much more peaceful.


When you choose organic foods for your dog you are going to pay more. It is the equivalent to buying organic produce in the grocery store, it costs more to have these types of foods delivered and grown carefully to be distributed to those retailers, thus the price is higher. However, with the higher price you are gaining dog foods that do not contain coloring, dyes, perfumes, chemicals, pesticides or fillers. This is very important to keeping your pet healthy and ensuring they are getting all the vitamins and ingredients they need to continue growing a strong. It essentially is better for your dog, and that is one statement that the FDA is behind one hundred percent. The fewer preservatives you are putting inside your dog’s body the better off they are, just like humans. When you consume foods that are filled with additives you are weakening your immune system and have an increased chance of getting sick and even having less energy as well.


Organic dog foods have a much higher amount of nutritional value per serving than regular, processed dog foods contain. Some dog foods surprisingly even contain something called nitrates, which have been found to lead to cancer cells forming which is definite reason to choose organic foods. A better and more improved immune system, and the ability to contract less infections are also great reasons for buying organic dog foods. Think of how many times you have to take your dog to the vet for illnesses or for immunizations, and how costly that can be. While taking the animal to get regular check-ups is crucial to good overall dog health, having to get them pricey medications every time they get sick and even pay for a dog sitter to care for them while you are at work or away  when they are ill.


Eating organic is only half the battle in keeping your dogs safe and healthy. They need walked each day, some dogs even twice a day. They also need a quiet and calm place to sleep and plenty of water at their disposal daily. A warm blanket in the colder months to ensure they are warm to sleep all night long and enough chew toys to keep them occupied. Maintain their immunizations and always give them enough attention when you have time to during the day. As long as you follow the steps provided by your vet, and care for your dog as described, providing them with organic dog food will only bring a greater sense of good health for your dog.



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