The Homemade Dog Food Diet Puppies Thrive On

homemade dog food dietWhile there is no way to guarantee puppy health problems never occur, there is a way to ensure you do not inadvertently aggravate your dog’s system into long term bad health. And that’s by feeding your puppy a homemade dog food diet.

Many dog owners have become familiar with health woes that turn into recurring and relentless nightmares. It is one of the things that can sour dog ownership and make it deeply discouraging.

Dog owners desperately wanting to see their favorite friend well again visit the vet time and again hoping to find answers.Sadly, because a vet is only treating the symptoms and not the cause, the vicious cycle continues and continues.

Why a Homemade Diet Dog Food Regime is so Important for Puppy Health

Throughout your pup’s day, he or she is using up muscle tissue, energy and nutrients at an amazing rate that will need to be replaced. To do so efficiently, your dog will rely on whatever food it eats. It is only when the nutrition source is poor that puppy health problems manifest.

If the dog does not have all it needs to restore, rebalance and repair itself, it is only common sense that illness and disease will eventually set in. How can a puppy expect to rebuild and repair itself from the inside out with a food commercial canned or bagged source of dog food comprised of chemical toxins, molds, drugs and dead nutrients? Dry dog food in the form of kibbles or wet dog food in the form of canned dog food is not quality nutrition for a growing puppy – far from it!

The Best Homemade Dog Food For Your Puppy

It’s only by introducing your puppy to fresh food as part of a raw dog food diet that puts an end to puppy health problems because the canine system was developed to derive nutrients from uncooked foods only. Uncooked foods have just the enzymes a dog needs to spur nutrients to the right places.

Cooked food is essentially digested food for the canine animal and all commercially prepared dog food is cooked. Dogs raised on a raw home made dog food diet not only have less health problems, they have better temperaments, a naturally boosted immune system and a longer lifespan that has them staying active right on up to their last days.

As stated by Dr. Tom Lonsdale BVet Med, MRCVS, “We have truly had the wool pulled over our eyes for so long that we now accept the pet food marketing machine’s message of encouragement to buy “furry friends” junk pet food and vet services.”

Puppies Instinctively Take to a Homemade Dog Food Diet

Homemade diet dog food recipes as part of a natural diet is more than easy to feed a puppy. Unlike older dogs, there will be no need to unlearn bad feeding habits. Their instincts will be there at the forefront because they have not been taught anything else.

With a strong nutritional platform, you will see you are experiencing fewer puppy health problems than the average dog owner. In the event a health issue does present itself at some point, your natural fed dog will have a much faster recovery. Health issues are usually done with before they start and rarely require a visit to the vet.

Say Goodbye to 90% of Dog Health Problems and Save 85% on Veterinarian Costs

Without a constant stream of puppy health problems you not only get to enjoy dog ownership more, you will spend thousands less in the way of vet bills. In fact, a dog that is fed a natural healthy homemade dog food diet rarely needs expensive medications and therapies, meaning an owner can see an 85% drop in vet fees and costs.

Watch the video below to underline how your puppy can thrive not just survive.

What do Dogs Eat to Thrive Not Simply Survive?
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About Dan

Dan is an experienced dog nutrition and home remedy specialist, helping pet parents heal chronic dog health problems with healthier kibble, home cooked and raw food diets and using effective, safer natural home remedies for a healthier, happier and longer lived dog.

Comments

  1. DeAnn Jones says

    HI,
    I just came across your videos while looking for a homemade food for my 15 year old pit bull/dachshund mix. She has kidney disease and i had her on royal canin can food for renal disease and she stopped eating . I recently change my two other dogs to the farmers dog food (homemade) so that they do not face these same health issues when they age. I started feeding the farmers food to my 15 yr old and she was throwing up and has not felt good . She seems to be going down quickly.
    Do you have any suggestions. I was trying to look through your videos, I have been scared to feed any of my dogs raw meat, because of not really knowing the correct type or amounts to do so.
    Thank you!
    DeAnn Jones

  2. Hi DeAnn, the problem here is that the 15 year old has existing health issues and the gut biome is set up for whatever she ate before. You’ll need to transition slowly over time and build her gut flora levels to suit the new food. The best most protein rich kibble is from Ketona: https://healthydogforlife.com/KetonaKibble. Also with the lowest carbohydrates of any kibble at 7-9% total. Dogs must have low carbs in the diet. So you copuld get a smaller bag of Ketona kibble and mix it with the farmers dog food. Start with the kibble only, then transition slowly over 1 month by adding 10% farmers to 90% kibble and change 10% at a time over the month untill 100% farmers or with some Ketona kibble in it as is prefered by the dog. At the same time add soil based probiotics: https://amzn.to/3yoURqU Also add gut guard to help ease the transition and protect the gut health: https://amzn.to/3AwRsYe And as the food is cooked, I’d add some live enzymes as your 15 year old by this age does not produce her own anymore and this is important: https://amzn.to/37MrINq
    This is the minimum I would do now. Best of luck.
    If you want One on One help, here’s my service which you may want: One to One Dog Health Email Consultation and Support Service: https://healthydogforlife.com/one-to-one-total-dog-health-service/
    I’d add raw elements to that farmers dog food like raw eggs too.
    Always start new foods and supplements small and slow over one week to build up to normal serving size.

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