We all want to feed our dogs the best food that we can find for them. The food that a dog is fed on a daily basis is good for their health. However, even the healthiest diets can require supplements sometimes. These additions to your beloved pet’s diet can improve their health by a lot.
In fact, managing your dog’s diet can improve their immunity, thus reducing the chances of them falling sick.
However, people can sometimes be a little clueless when it comes to foods that are healthy for dogs.
Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!
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Here are 3 foods to add to your dog’s diet to improve their health.
WHAT MORE SHOULD I FEED MY DOG?
Bone broth has so many benefits for dogs, it can practically be called a magic potion.
It helps improve digestion and makes protein and fat easier to digest. Not only does it strengthen bones, joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments, but it also alleviates joint pain. It boosts the overall immune system, and also improves skin health.
Even if eggs had 0 impacts on a dog’s health, we’d still feed them to our dogs because they get so happy when they see eggs!
But lucky for us, eggs are actually really beneficial for dogs!
They contain multiple vitamins, high-quality protein and amino acids, Omega-3s, antioxidants, and many more nutrients. They are a great source of nutrition and are great for a dog’s eyes and skin.
Keeping its many health benefits apart, peanut butter is a gift for people who live with dogs. You can get dogs to do almost anything if you give them peanut butter? Need to give your dog a shower? Stick an interactive feeder filled with peanut butter on the wall and bathe away. Need to trim their nails? Cover your head in plastic wrap and smother it with peanut butter, and trim all you need. Need to feed them medication? Just cover it with peanut butter and watch them gulp it down.
Honestly, we could go on and on.
Not only is peanut butter extremely tasty and helpful, but it is also extremely healthy. It is a good source of protein, and contains heart healthy fats, vitamin B, niacin, and vitamin E.
You must make sure that your peanut butter is organic and xylitol-free. Xylitol is extremely harmful to dogs. Most brands that sell sugar-free peanut butter contain xylitol.