16 Sep

Nature Recipe Dog Food To Keep Your Dog Healthy

In fact, commercial dog food contains at least 6 deadly chemicals that have been banned from human foods because they cause: kidney cancer, bladder cancer, skin cancer, stomach cancer, spleen cancer, leukemia, liver dysfunction, major organ failure, immune system collapse, severe allergic reactions, birth defects, blindness, chronic diarrhea, hair loss and behavior problems, including increased aggressiveness – very dangerous if your dog is around children.

Today our pets have a wide variety to meet their tastes and needs and we have our choice of what kind of food we can choose to feed them. Despite the variety, pet foods usually fall into three major categories.

First. Grocery store foods, these types of dog and pet foods are usually found in grocery stores and mass marketed retailers and can contain lower quality, less expensive ingredients.

Second. “premium dog foods,” which can also be found in grocery’s stores but are also found in pet stores and through your local veterinarian’s office.

Third. Homemade dog food. More and more people are beginning to make their dog’s food at home rather than buying commercial formulas.

Nature recipe dog food was developed by pet owners who became wary when it came to the off-the-shelf dog food debacle. At first only a few dog food brands were recalled. However the recall list grew to include well-known brands such as Alpo, Americas choice/Preferred Pet, Award, Big Bet, Big Red and countless more. There is also a long list of cat foods that were recalled at last.

If you want to save your dog from the horrific death suffered by hundreds of other dogs in your local area, probably in the last year alone, then you MUST follow these 3 steps:

Stop using commercial dog food as your dog’s only or main source of food.
Learn how to read commercial dog food labels.
Get some healthy, well-balanced nature recipe dog food and start feeding your dog home made food.

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