Feeding Your Pet Grain Free Food
Health and Wellbeing
Diet and Nutrition
Pet parents are getting smarter about their pets food, and an impressive number have boarded the grain-free train since last year. Fortunately, pet food companies are responding to this positive trend and there are more high-quality grain-free foods available than ever before.
In addition to grain-free diets, formulas with multiple and unique protein sources have also become more popular. Companies are using proteins such as chicken, lamb, beef, duck, turkey, pheasant, venison, bison, salmon, whitefish, herring, pork, or rabbit.
Many companies are also promoting the ‘rotation diet’ concept, which encourages pet owners to switch between their formulas. This provides dogs with a healthy balance of vitamins, amino acids, and other nutrients, and also potentially reduces the risk of developing food-related allergies. Switching between formulas can also help eliminate pickiness in fussy eaters.
Here are a few of the best grain-free, multiple protein dry diets available today.
Orijen and Acana Dog and Cat Food:
Canadian-born Champion Pet Foods is known for their biologically appropriate feeding concept and ‘fresh regional ingredients’ promise. These formulas are among the best dry kibble diets on the market. They have impressive protein to carb ratios and all fresh, never frozen, local ingredients that are grown, raised and sourced from Canada. Learn more at championpetfoods.com; their website is a wealth of information for both their products as well as important canine nutrition topics.
**Now Fresh Dog and Cat food: **
NOW FRESH™ is packed full of nutritious ingredients like 100% market-fresh turkey, salmon and duck, 100% fresh Omega 3 and 6 oils from coconuts and canola, and wholesome berries, fruits and veggies such as peas, spinach, cranberries, pumpkin, blackberries, alfalfa sprouts, kelp, lentils and carrots. Yum!
Zero grains, zero rendered meats, zero by-product meals, or artificial preservatives.
Learn more about this range at Healthy Pet Foodshttps://www.healthypetfoods.co.nz/.
Written by The Pet.co.nz
Written by The Pet.co.nz Team
A team of specialists with backgrounds in animal nursing, animal care, and all things pet related.