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dog foodA dog will be your best friend if shown love and care, and that means you better give your dog great food! This article will focus on different foods that will keep your dog strong and healthy.

Like all animals, dogs need the essential nutrients that keep them strong and able. Proteins, Carbohydrates, Fats, vitamins and minerals are all vital to a dog’s well-being. Feeding your dog the right products will help maintain a good balance.

It’s dangerous for a dog to have a low immune system. The effects of this can result in several conditions including eczema, food allergy, arthritis, yeast infections, prolonged healing of wounds and even fertility disorders. This is because viruses, bacteria and other micro-organisms find it much easier to get past the body’s natural defences if the body is already weak from a lack of nutrients. There are foods that can help maintain a dog’s immune system, for example Burns dog food, which contains ingredients such as fish and brown rice. These products also help maintain the coat and skin’s good conditions, as well as the respiratory and nervous systems. Please note that they are suitable for consumption even if your dog is taking holistic veterinary treatment.

burns chicken and brown riceMany dog owners suffer from their dog having at least one type of dog food allergy. Eukanuba have a whole range of products that assist in maintaining a healthy diet and help remedy allergies and other types of skin disease. Also switching their diet until you can recognise which ingredients, chemicals or type of food preparation is the cause of their allergy is the appropriate step to take. Hypoallergenic foods are what you should be buying in this case. Food products like the one suggested are needed in these situations. 

There are Pro Plan dog foods available on the Nutrecare website, which have been developed by both veterinarians and nutritionists, to provide complete and balanced food for dogs. There are products for every stage in a dog’s life cycle, from a puppy to a senior dog. Healthy joints and cartilage in dogs mean they are strong and active. Nutrients like glucosamine can be found in products such as skinners dog foods.

kong geniusFinally, we mustn’t forget what makes a dog truly happy; dog toys. We all know dogs love to run and play with a little challenge thrown in for good measure. There are many varieties of dog toys to ensure they have as much safe fun indoors as outdoors!

This toy is a good way to keep your dog’s attention and prevent boredom. They can also be used as a way to teach good behaviour or as a treat-dispensing toy.


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