The Best Nutrition For Dogs and Puppies | Choosing The Best Dog Food For Your Dog

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  1. If more pet parents read food labels and really understood what they are feeding their pets, we’d have far fewer sick animals.

  2. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, M.K. The food that we feed our dogs is very important to their health. I hope to be able to help a lot of pet parents learn more about the best nutrition for their dogs in my new book Dog Health Care: 7 Simple Ways To Keep Your Dog Healthy. I hope that you read my book, too, M.K.!

  3. Ali Isaac says:

    Very interesting excerpt, Rachele. I feed Indi a commercially prepared raw food diet, which includes all the vegetables, minerals and vitamins you mentioned. Since we changed from dry foods, which he hated, he is more healthy and energetic, drinks less, no longer has foul smelling wind, and has lost a bit of weight, so he is right in the middle of that weight chart you gave us a while ago, and of course now he loves meal-time, and can’t wait for his dinner! Happy healthy pet, happy pet parent!

  4. Thanks for sharing, Ali.

  5. Emmadog says:

    Food is important and for most all the choices make it very tough to find the right food. We are happy with our food, which is high quality, and our treats are also high value natural treats. I love how my dogs snub the “junk food treats” when they get one, and refuse to even eat it. Dog food has come a long way and blogging has helped us narrow down the best foods for us.

  6. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Emmadog.

  7. Great information and written to read and absorb. If the goal is not to preach to the choir you’ve written something accessible to people who may be curious, but want material that they can access and use now.

  8. Thanks, Sheltie Times.

  9. Cathy Armato says:

    Congratulations on your book!! Thanks for sharing this helpful information, pet food ingredients can be so confusing.