TTO – If you really care about the health of your pet dog, the daily meal of the “pet” is indispensable for dry granular industrial food and ground meat to balance nutrition with cooked foods.
The industrial dog food market in Vietnam currently has dry granular packaged and canned ground meat with brands from Thailand, France, Czech, USA… such as SmartHeart, Royal Canin, Fitmin, Invivo, ANF… These industrial foods have flavors of chicken, beef, salmon… for you to choose the most suitable and delicious food for your dog.
Here are 5 reasons why you should choose industrial food for your dog at home.
- Reduce obesity, pancreatitis and other diseases
Cooked human foods are often high in calories and fat, and long-term eating can lead to an unbalanced diet and obesity.
Foods that contain high fats and processed foods that contain too much salt and unhealthy additives can cause dogs to develop pancreatitis. If left untreated by a veterinarian, dogs can die.
- Eliminate Unwanted Behavior
Feeding leftover cooked human food to dogs can also lead to social problems and unwanted behavior in homes and public places, such as begging for food or stealing food from people.
If a dog knows he is always given food from your table, it will cause him to steal food.
- Eliminate imbalance
Excess food from the human table can also cause digestive problems for the dog such as bloating, loose stools or diarrhea, and even vomiting.
In the case of bone feeding, the bones can be choking because they easily get stuck in your pet’s esophagus or continue to drift down the intestines.
- Human food can be dangerous for dogs
Human leftovers and cooked foods can generally be filled with artificial ingredients, flavors, colorings, preservatives, and additives.
Human food may also contain sweeteners (molasses, corn syrup, fructose, glucose and propylene glycol) and leftovers with rice that may contain chemicals dangerous to dogs.
- Help your dog eat a balanced diet
If you want to feed your dog cooked food, remember to feed your dog a portion of nutritious industrial food and a balanced meal.
It is best to provide 50% of the dog’s calories from dry grain or wet food (canned ground meat) and 50% of the dog’s calories from lean meat or carbohydrates (vegetables, whole grains, etc.).