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All Natural Dog Food

All natural dog food is a key component in maintaining the health and vitality of your family pet. Today there are a number of large scale commercially produced dog foods, and while some brands offer an all natural dog food option, it is sometimes difficult to navigate the range of choices. However, by sticking to all natural dog food, you are guaranteed to maintain your pet’s health and well-being for years to come.





All natural dog food should not contain artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives. These additives can have harmful effects on your dog. Some dogs are overly sensitive to chemical and artificial colorings. If you have a hyperactive dog, part of the problem may be the number of additives in his food. Read the label carefully; if it appears that there are a number of chemical additives, try switching to an all natural dog food and see if your pet’s behavior improves. Other dogs are overly sensitive to artificial colors and flavorings, and these may cause indigestion, upset stomach, and even constipation. Monitor your dog’s feces, and in worse case scenarios vomit; if either appears to be discolored or the same bright red color as his food, this may be an indication that your dog cannot fully digest the additives. All natural dog food avoids these harmful ingredients.

All natural dog food also uses good sources of protein like liver, kidney, turkey, and lamb. Avoid feeding your dog foods which contain meat by-products and fillers. These fillers may have the same effect as artificial ingredients, thus making it difficult for your dog to digest her meals. The same holds true for starchy fillers like corn and processed wheat. All natural dog food uses the very best ingredients, and avoids cheap harmful fillers.

Finally, just because a label suggests that a particular brand is indeed all natural dog food, consult with your veterinarian to be sure. Dog food is not as closely regulated as food intended for humans.

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