Know what your dog eats
Eggs are packed with nutrients. They are rich in many vitamins, minerals and fats. It is a high quality protein source which contains an ideal balance of amino acids. They provide Vitamins A, B2, B12, D, Folate, Biotin, Pantothenic Acid and Choline. Selenium, Iodine & Phosphorus.
Peanut butter is safe and palatable for dogs, it is a trending ingredient, and more and more products intended for dogs now include peanuts butter.
A factor to consider is the nut allergies in humans at your home.
Bananas are nutritious, sweet, high in antioxidants, and contain a range of fibre sources which support digestive health and soothe the gut. They can also act as a prebiotic, aid lowering of cholesterol and support good gut motility. Bananas are rich in Potassium
Potassium is an electrolyte which is essential for good heart health, acting to regulate blood pressure and fluid balance in the body. Potassium also supports muscles and so are a great addition for working and sporting dogs.
Coconut is nutritious and a good source of fibres. Nutritional plant-based ingredients are popular and a growing trend as pet parents understand the numerous health benefits of these ingredients.
Apples are sweet, packed with nutrients and antioxidants, and contain a great balance of fibres which helps healthy digestion. They are high in vitamin C and Potassium too.
Flaxseeds are nutritious, they are a source of fibre, omega 3 fatty acids and other beneficial plant compounds such as phytosterols and polyphenols.
Benefits of flaxseed are the promotion of digestive and heart health, reduced cholesterol, and blood sugar peaks.
Carrots are nutritious, their sweetness will convey palatability. The fibre they contribute is beneficial for digestive health, reducing blood sugar peaks and slowing the absorption of cholesterol. Carrots are also a great source of certain vitamins and minerals, as well as antioxidants and plant compounds.
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Rosemary is known for it’s antioxidant potential. it is beneficial for health and can support brain, cognitive health, and eye health.
Rosemary has great antioxidant and anti-inflammatory potential.
Oats are an excellent wheat substitute for animals that are allergic to gluten, since they contain much lower protein levels. They are rich in vitamins B5 and B9, minerals such as zinc, iron, manganese, copper, folic acid and biotin.
Oats are also good for dogs recovering from anesthesia or sedation, as they help strength nerve function.