Good nutrition is vital in helping your pet to stay healthy as it provides the building blocks that the body needs to function optimally. After changing to a natural diet many animals show a remarkable improvement in their general wellbeing and often, ongoing health problems can begin to resolve.
Carbohydrates such as pasta, rice (brown, ideally), quinoa may be used to bulk up the food BUT are not essential. Many dogs do not need gluten, soy or corn in their diets as these can trigger health related issues in some animals.
FEEDING A BALANCED DIET IS VITAL, OTHERWISE A GOOD QUALITY COMMERCIAL FOOD OPTION MAY BE A BETTER CHOICE.
WHEN INTRODUCING A NEW DIET THIS IS BEST UNDERTAKEN GRADUALLY OVER A 2 TO 3 WEEK PERIOD.
SOME ISSUES TO BE AWARE OF REGARDING THE SAFETY OF FEEDING RAW FOOD ARE:
SOME FURTHER POINTS TO BEAR IN MIND:
LET FOOD BE YOUR MEDICINE!
RECOMMENDED FOOD STOCKISTS:
Not all meat available for animals is a good quality product. It’s important to buy high quality and reputable products.
This information is available as a factsheet attached, you are welcome to download it.
- Dr Jacqui Snell, Veterinary Holistic Healthcare