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5 Superfoods that are Great for Dogs

by Annah Stretton 26 Sep 2018
5 Superfoods that are Great for Dogs

Your dog’s diet is the focal point of ensuring their good health and quality of life. Paying attention to what and how you feed your dog will not only benefit their overall healthy but will boost their immune system and help them to stay active.

Superfoods are a great addition to your dogs’ diet by adding more vitamins, antioxidants, and nutrients. they also have a higher nutritional value and can be used to boost your dog’s health in numerous ways.

How to add Superfoods to your Dog’s Diet?

There are loads of superfoods available that you can incorporate into your dog’s food and change them to best suit their needs. Start by introducing superfoods gradually at first adding more each to prevent upset tummies. Before changing your dog’s diet, it is always best to check with your vet to make sure any new addition is suitable for them and what they may currently be taking.

5 Superfoods that are Beneficial to your Dog’s Health

Your dog is going to love this! Not only does it taste so good but salmon is loaded with health benefits supporting the immune system as well as nourishing their kin and coats.

Start giving your dog eggs on a regular basis if you aren’t doing so already. Eggs are full of proteins that are essential for overall health, they help to strengthen their bones and they also contain higher numbers of vitamins.

Apples are full of vital nutrients including vitamins A & C, calcium fibre, potassium, magnesium and folate, and are also great for keeping your dog’s teeth clean. Be sure to remove the core and seeds before giving apples to your dog as these are a choking hazard!

Sweet Potato
Sweet potato is full of health benefits containing healthy fibres, beta-carotene, folate, calcium, minerals, along with several other nutrients. This is recommended for pets who are sick as these antioxidants help to prevent disease and infection. Naturally gluten-free, sweet potatoes are great for a RAW diet as they provide an alternative source of carbohydrates.

Carrots are an antioxidant-rich food that are high in fibre and low in fat. Full of numerous vitamins, carrots contain high levels of beta-carotene and potassium that protects their skin and coat, and also aids in healthy vision.

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