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November 25, 2020
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Organic Dog Food Is The Best Dog Food

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Many people base their purchasing decisions of pet food based on the price. If you really love your family pet, you wouldn't buy something harmful to its health, would you? Cheap conventional food fits better within our budget, but it contains a lot of stuff that's hard to digest for your pet. These ingredients will stick in your dog's system and cause it to gain weight. Your pets ingest trace amounts of fungicides, herbicides, and pesticides from the manufacturing process. You probably would never want your pet to ingest the chemicals under your sink, so then why would you want to feed your dog food that has these chemicals?

Conventional dog food can contain vitamins and minerals essential to your dog's health and nutrition, but many times these come in trace amounts that are insufficient on their own for proper nutrition. These foods are heavily processed and the natural nutrients in the ingredients are lost- so low-grade synthetic vitamins and minerals are infused into the mix to provide your pet's nutrition. These synthetic chemicals are hard to digest for your pet. Organic dog food contains more nutrients; like vitamins, minerals and antioxidants; than the conventional stuff. These natural staples are much easier to digest for your dog and safe.

You need to be careful to see that you are purchasing the real thing when you are buying organic dog food. You need to check to see if the food is certified by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) in order to be positive that you are getting what you are shopping for. If the dog food claims to be organic based on the word of any other organization besides the USDA, then you cannot be certain you are getting organic food.

You need to be knowledgeable of all of the ingredients inside the pet foods you buy, even if they are organic, because not all organic foods are equal. You can be certain that these organic foods will not contain low grade byproducts or questionable ingredients, but sometimes they contain high amounts of things that aren't necessarily beneficial for your pet. Simply stated, a good example would be when one of the first three ingredients (or primary ingredients) are rice or a type of flour. As your pet wasn't made to eat these types of things, your dog will have trouble metabolizing them.

You should be sure that the first ingredients in your dog's food are a source of animal protein. If the listed ingredients are 'chicken meal' or 'animal protein', you cannot trace the origin of these- meaning you may not have the highest grade ingredients inside this food. With organic dog food, you do not have to worry about finding things like this, as the USDA ensures that only high grade, traceable ingredients are used. They ensure that your dog is getting natural proteins, fruits and vegetables so that he can live a long, healthy life.


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