Animals are no different from humans when it comes to nutrition: feed them crap food, and they’ll degenerate more quickly. Like humans, dogs are subject to diabetes, cancer, arthritis, and digestive issues. I’ve seen owners befuddled when their middle aged dogs start breaking down and needing meds for thyroid issues and arthritis. While some of these issues are certainly due to genetics and breeding, giving pets the most bioavailable nutrients possible for repair and regeneration keeps them healthy and can even reverse early degenerative issues.
Much like the conflicting information circulating out there about the best diet for humans, there is a lot of conflicting info about the best diet for your pets. As with people, there is never a one size fits all approach. Every dog is different and has different nutritional needs depending on size, breed or health issues. The market is full of holistic pet foods, raw foods and specialty foods, but what really is the best diet for your dog? Click To Keep Reading