Incorporate chicken high fiber dog food into your dog’s diet
You may have heard of the importance of fiber to your own diet, but what about to your precious companion? Dietary fiber has long been an important component when it comes to animal diets. Not until recently have we begun to understand the numerous benefits dietary fiber may have on our dog’s health and well-being. It’s easy to forget that animals, too, need a proper diet but a high-fiber diet can have a wide range of benefits for your dog in the long run.
Fiber is important for maintaining proper weight. For overweight dogs, consider diabetic dog food to help promote weight control and manage diabetes. This formula can help your pet safely reach and maintain his or her optimal weight as well as promote entire body health to help restore energy and mobility. Dogs with diabetes will surely benefit from a high fiber diet, as it helps stabilize blood sugar levels.
If you’re looking to improve your dog’s health and nutrition, a great place to start is by first modifying his or her food intake or what he or she may be consuming daily. Some of the most common sources of fiber in pet foods include rice hulls, corn and corn by-products, but the more “natural” dog foods often contain whole grains such as brown rice or oatmeal, and some vegetables. Something I highly recommend is chicken high fiber dog food. This well balanced meal is designed to stimulate weight loss in overweight or obese dogs and should be fed as part of a weight loss program.
Before adding more fiber into your dog’s diet, consult your vet as a proper diet may vary from each distinct breed. Too much fiber can cause diarrhea which may lead to dehydration. Once you’re ready to add some fiber into your dog’s diet, incorporate other nutrients into his or her diet by sprucing it up with other healthy “human foods” you may see fit.
Written by La'Dasha Thornburry