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Homemade Dog Food - Dog Food Diet
Homemade dog food is designed to simplify the feeding process. Our homemade dog food diet contains all the necessary nutrients, vitamins and minerals that dogs of all ages require.
Dog Food Nutritional Factor
When it comes to the difference between the typical commercial dog food which has been rendered, cooked, refined, expanded, extracted, sterilized, fortified, modified, aromatized and dehydrated, and a balanced homemade dog food diet of fresh meat and veggies there is obviously no argument. The nutrition factor is unquestionably far superior when you take matters into your own hands.
Balanced, homemade dog food doesn’t get any easier than this. Just add meat and water. Made in large volume, and frozen for future use, what could be easier!
Thrive vs survive Factor
Quality of life depends on optimal vitality, and optimal vitality is not derived from a bag of dry pet food, but rather from a diet based on natural, wholesome ingredients. History is an excellent teacher, and if past experience is any indicator, our company history has seen many success stories. For the past eight years our customers have witnessed improved health in the hundreds of dogs who have been fortunate enough to have been provided with the most wholesome canine diet available. We have been witness to improved health in such areas as arthritis, IBD, diabetes, allergies, dry, itchy skin, tartar control, weight control, etc. Puppies have been raised, geriatrics have renewed energy, and almost without exception, dogs have heartily enjoyed their meals!
When compared to a very low quality kibble or canned diet, the homemade dog food diet is generally more expensive. BUT, when one considers the many trips to the vets’ office when chronic health conditions arise, the cost factor is no longer valid. What is the price of optimal health and longevity? Or more to-the-point, what is the cost of poor health and shortened life span?
Know Better Pet Food products are designed to simplify the feeding process and to make sure the homemade dog food diet contains all the necessary nutrients, vitamins and minerals dogs of all ages require. This eliminates the need to buy individual ingredients and research the correct proportions.Canine Ancestry...
The dog, our constant and loyal companion, has become a symbol of affectionate fidelity and unconditional love. Today, there is a dog in every part of the human-inhabited world. The relationship that began thousands of years ago with commensal scavenging by tamed wolves has evolved over some 10,000 years into our present day relationship.
The modern dog has become a valued member of the family, but has completely different dietary needs to those of humans. Their nutritional requirements are at opposite ends of the food spectrum. To speak of nutritional requirements of the dog is to speak of the same requirements of the wolf. Science tells us today, through DNA testing, that a dog is a wolf, and this, it appears, is indisputable.
Wolves are carnivores and opportunistic scavengers. They meet their nutritional needs by consuming prey animals, and when necessary, fruits and berries. The domestic canine would do well on a similar raw food diet, however this food duplication would no doubt, pose problems too numerous to mention here. A balanced raw meat diet offers a convenient and healthy alternative .
Some interesting facts: Dogs (and wolves and foxes) are descended from a small, weasel-like mammal called Miacis which was a tree-dwelling creature that existed about 40 million years ago. Dogs, as we know them today, first appeared in Eurasia about 13,000 years ago, and were probably a direct descendant of a small, grey wolf (not from the type of jackal or jackal/wolf as previously thought). The dingo is not native to Australia but was introduced thousands of years ago by the first immigrants. Dogs were first domesticated by cavemen in the Palaeolithic age and gradually developed (or were bred) into the breeds known today.