We feed them primarily pet food, which is vastly different from their natural diet in the wild. Occasionally, if they are fortunate, they will receive chicken.
We often feed our dogs and cats dry "biscuits" or moist pouches, which are a far cry from their natural diet.
A dog's diet in the wild is mostly composed of meat, followed by skin, organs, digested vegetables from tiny prey intestines, vegetables, wild fruits etc.
If you feed your dog natural food, common health issues such as bad skin, hair, and gastrointestinal problems will go.
Additional advantages include improved metabolic health, dental hygiene, and the capacity to manage problematic behaviors.
The food we feed our pets is the single most essential influence in their overall health. As a result, understanding about good diet is critical.
Our dog's level of living significantly improves. As a result, they remain for a longer amount of time.