Two of the biggest reasons why you’re still feeding your pet commercial dog food include the following:
All your friends are doing it, and you probably believe everything you see on TV.
To be honest, your friends are ignorant, and television ads are and will always be full of crap.
You may not know it, but the giant companies that produce these products cut back on their expenses greatly by adding cheap ingredients into the mixture to maximize their profits.
And yes, the ingredients used are harmful and can eventually lead to the development of all sorts of dog diseases.
The clever bastards could care less if your lovable furry friend comes down with an ailment or not, just so long as the cash flows steadily into their pockets.
Taking a closer look at the components of some popular commercial dog food, and you’ll find that most of them contain corn, which leads to digestive problems.
In the bundle of “goodies” there’s also preservatives and chemicals, intentionally included (to reduce expenses and maximize profit of course) even when their manufacturers knew that it could cause cancer and other diseases as well.
To make things worse, the money-grubbing maniacs even tossed sweeteners in the “cans of death”, even if they were well aware that it could spark the development of diabetes.
Food coloring is also included, which has been linked to a variety of dog ailments.
But it doesn’t stop there – despite all negative side effects a pooch is prone to acquire, they don’t even have the decency to incorporate the proper nutrition needed per meal.
This has been going on for years now, which is why I’d rather have my best friend eat BARF, or Bones and Raw food.
With this particular pet diet, you won’t be making guesses as to what exactly it is you’re feeding your pooch.
There’s no risk of any artificial preservatives, harmful chemicals, or sweeteners with BARF.
Also, by feeding it raw food and bones, you’ll be ensuring that your furry little friend gets all the nutrition needed on a daily basis.
Yes, chewing on raw meat and bones does help get rid of plaque and tartar, eliminating the chances of developing periodontal disease.
Switching your pet’s diet to an all natural one will take a little time and can prove to be difficult as well.
But it’s important that you realize that the entire process will reap major benefits for your barker in the end.