Today, more than ever, we know that most health issues are well managed with the right nutrition;
which begins with “Healthy Food”.
Comprised of meat, grains, vegetables, and other ingredients, kibble is the most populate type of food for pets.
Food is “wet”; it offers more moisture and is often more palatable for pets – especially cats. Canned food typically contain more protein than their dry counterparts.
Raw foods consist of muscle meat, bone, organ meats, vegetables, and fruits. There are many different raw options that make feeding a raw diet easy and safe for both you and your pet.
Dehydrated foods have had the moisture removed, leaving the food free of artificial preservatives and with nutrients and enzymes intact.
Freeze-dried foods are placed in a vacuum chamber that lowers the temperature to below freezing, then the moisture is drawn out as the temperature is slowly raised.
Toppers or Mixers
Often packaged in pouches, these food “sauces” or “gravies” add flavor, vitamins boosts, and/or probiotics, and can be served on top of kibble or sometimes as a complete meal.
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How to Start a Rotational Diet
Quick Tip: Add raw or almost raw options to your pet’s kibble.
Quick Tip: Try different proteins within the brand of food you feed, regardless of food type.
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