what we do me and Tango need energy
A LOT OF ENERGY!.
we really need to perform while doing, freestyle competition, demos or show. So
there is no way on earth I can simply feed Tango and now Ding Ding with
Supermarket, Petstore or even Vet food. I simply need what's the best for them.
Optimum Performance HOW?
Every day, we enjoy a wide array of food choices and styles, from fast food
to elegant multi-course feasts. But, our pets have to eat what we serve, when
we serve it. As a pet dad who really taking care of his pets, I thought
I was very knowledgeable about their nutrition. I could spend hours
researching new treat recipes, online.
Evidenced by extra ribcage padding, our vet kindly suggested Tango and Ding
Ding needed to drop some weight. Tango is now 11 and Ding is a little bit
overweight with itchy skin—which kept me up nights with his gnawing and
licking. We assumed it was a grass allergy or either our cleaning products. I
know a lot of dogs with skin and ear problems. I wondered if it could all be
food-related. I had to discover how my pets’ food was affecting their health.
Was I feeding them “fast food” or
which could improve health and vitality, and possibly increase their life
spans? Specially for my old Tango with his weakening joint and hips.
Gently look in your dog or cat’s mouth. The four long pointy teeth are
“canines” and indicate a carnivore, a meat-eater. Review your pet’s food
first five ingredients
are fundamental. Ground yellow corn was the first ingredient, in the food I
had. Did you ever see a dog, wolf, coyote, or fox chomping down on an ear of
corn? Do zoo care-givers offer wheat or soybeans to the tigers, lions, or
cougars? After all, our domestic pets are tiny replicas of their wild cousins.
So, then why do pet food manufacturers use corn and wheat? A little
research yielded that shortly after World War II, there was a grain surplus.
Unfit for human consumption—it was directed to the pet food industry. Cheap,
readily available, with a long shelf life; add a colorful label, clever
advertising, and grocery store convenience---for a now multi-billion dollar
second ingredient was chicken by-products (what remains after choice cuts).
By-products can include unappealing items (heads, feet, tendons,
intestines)….. No wonder they
can be difficult to digest. I learned an
optimum food would first list “meal”, (ie
a human grade, concentrated source of protein with the majority of water
extracted. Along with a meat meal, what else should your dog’s food contain?
Vegetables, an animal based fat source, beet fiber, antioxidants, bacterial
cultures and proteinated minerals.
you give your pet a food that contained
Would you give your pet a food that contained
chemicals linked to cancer?
Would you feed your pet meat from diseased,
You might be right now and not even know it.
- Pet Food labels are legally allowed to lie to you.
Regulations allow a pet food to make "unqualified claims, either
directly or indirectly" on pet food labels. 'Healthy Weight' or 'Extend
Your Pet's Life' might be an "unqualified claim".
- Although tainted Chinese imported ingredients
were responsible for killing thousands of dogs and cats in 2007,
although China continues to struggle with quality control,
food manufacturers continue to purchase cheap ingredients from China.
- Modern science has linked many common pet food
ingredients to cancer and serious illness. Despite the option of
healthier choices (costlier choices),
many pet food manufacturers
continue to use cheap, risky ingredients.
- The FDA, despite Federal law prohibiting it, allows
pet food manufacturers to utilize sick, diseased, drugged and even
euthanized animals as common pet food ingredients; camouflaged under
less offensive sounding ingredient names.
What to avoid in your pet’s food
corn, wheat, corn gluten or wheat gluten)
preservatives (BHA, BHT, ethoxoquin)
sugar, artificial sweeteners
Are you looking for the best food to feed your dog?
If you are like me, you want to
feed your dogs the best food possible to keep them healthy. Are you are
feeling that our dog food producers are adultering their product, much like
our mass producers of human food are? Is it possible that they are producing
and pushing dog junk food and they are adulterating the food to increase their
profit and to addict your dog to non-nutritious products? Yes! It is true.
back and think about this:
- Can you remember how just a
short while ago that your dog was full of
energy and pep?
- Does your dog have less energy and vitality than he did just last year?
- Does your dog get skin irritations that take a long time to clear up, only
again and again?
- Wouldn't you like to have your pup back filled with eagerness he had when
was younger and had that healthy appearance?
- Could it be that your dog's sluggish manner is not due to maturing but
of what he is eating?
- Are you unintentionally poisoning your dog?
- Would you like to prolong the quality and length of your dog's life by
I found the right foods,
my pets are thriving. Ding Ding's no longer keeps me awake. His skin is fine—it was
an allergy to corn. Tango
achieved is target weights.
Our cat, Garfiled's coat is more gorgeous than ever. The little bumps he had
vanished after about a month of being on the
Yes, holistic foods usually cost more, but
since they are more digestible, you feed less. Bonus: less to “pick up”!
Factor in, less trips to the vet for allergy relief. By taking an active
interest in my pets’ nutrition, I believe I have increased and enhanced their
lives. Our pets deserve to be healthy and happy, as long as we are entrusted
are you feeding your pets? See what mine get.
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