Here’s how to feed a dog.
The first step is to figure out what to feed.
This is especially important for dogs with allergies, as the allergens are often present in foods such as wheat, barley, peas and other grain products.
A good rule of thumb is to feed one of the following.1.
Raw meats, like lamb, turkey and beef, are great sources of protein, calcium and fiber.2.
Legumes are another good source of protein and fiber, which will help with digestion.3.
Legume seeds and starchy foods are good sources of fiber, calcium, and vitamin C.4.
Raw or cooked grains, beans, peas, carrots, potatoes, sweet potatoes, quinoa and chickpeas are all good sources for minerals and vitamin B12.5.
A few vegetables are also great sources for calcium, vitamin B2 and iron.6.
Whole grains are also good sources, but you should also be aware of the risk of mineral and vitamin deficiencies.7.
Many fruits are rich in fiber and protein, as well as vitamin A, C and vitamin K.8.
Some vegetables and fruits have natural anti-oxidants, such as onions and celery, and some herbs and spices are rich sources of vitamins A, D and K.9.
Beans, peas or potatoes are also rich in vitamins A and C.10.
A healthy diet includes fruits and vegetables that are not fortified with sugar.
Here are some fruits and vegetable sources to help your dog keep track of nutrients and digest more food.1) Peas: Peas are a great source of vitamin A and calcium, which is why they are often used in nutritional formulas.2) Brussels sprouts: These seeds are low in calories, fiber and fat.3) Brussels, Brussels sprout, and broccoli: These vegetables are rich and high in vitamins and minerals, which helps the body absorb the nutrients more quickly.4) Carrots: These are high in fiber, protein and vitamins C, A, E and K, so they can be a great addition to a dog’s diet.5) Tomatoes: A high-protein, high-carbohydrate diet is a great way to keep your dog on a healthy track.6) Zucchini: This vegetable is high in iron and can help keep the body in good health.7) Celery: A great source for vitamins and calcium.8) Bok choy: Bok choys are high-in-protein and high-fat, so if you are trying to help reduce body fat, this is a good vegetable to add.9) Cauliflower: These crunchy greens are also low in fat and calories.10) Sweet potatoes: Sweet potatoes are a good source for protein and calcium as well.
This article is a collaboration with The Huffington Post.