6 Superfoods for Your Lovely Puppy

6 Superfoods for Your Lovely Puppy | PAWZ Road

 

How do you feed your puppy?

Whether feeding with specified dog food or making food on your own, for pups, adding "superfoods" can increase the pup's resistance, providing them with more energy and maintain good health. “Superfoods” also contain high nutrients and low calories. The pet parents can add the correct proportion of superfood to the puppy's menu. Anyway if your pup has any diet or health problems, please consult your veterinarian at first.

 

Superfoods Menu

Fish ( rich in fish oil )

fish

Menhaden, salmon, sardine, mackerel, anchovy are rich in Omega-3 fatty acids. The Omega-3 fatty acids help the pup’s skin, hair, brain, and have an anti-inflammatory effect on the pups with chronic arthritis. It is good to add cooked fish to the pup’s dinner once or twice a week but remembering to remove all fish bones and keeping them away from fried or breaded seafood.

 

Sweet potatoes

Sweet potatoes

Sweet potatoes are rich in carotenes and 150% more antioxidants than blueberries, helping the pups maintain heart health. Sweet potatoes can be sliced or dehydrated, eaten for the pups with small amounts or as occasional snacks.

 

Cheese

    cheese

    Natural cheese (sugar-free or no artificial sweeteners) contains a lot of calcium and protein. Probiotics in cheese promote bowel function and digestion, relieving the gastrointestinal problems. You can reward your pups with some ice-cheese in the summer and add a little blueberry or cranberry, which is such icing on the cake!

     

    Kale

    kale

    Kale is rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants and is usually easy to find. There is absolutely no difficulty in adding kale to the puppy's menu. The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects of kale can relieve the pain of chronic arthritis and daily joint wear. Kale can be chopped, steamed, or eaten raw, depending on your pup’s preference.
    Particular caution: the pups who have bladder stones or kidney disease should avoid eating kale.

     

    Carrot

      Carrot

      Carrot is crisp with a bit naturally sweet and is a very healthy snack, which is rich in a lot of carotenes, fiber, vitamin-C, vitamin-K, and potassium. The raw carrots protect oral health and make teeth bright and white. For the pups who are susceptible to the sensitivity of gastrointestinal and oral, the carrot can be cooked or chopped before being added to the pup’s food.

       

      Linseed oil

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      Linseed oil is an important source of Omega-3 fatty acids. Linseed oil contains essential fatty acids that are good for the pup’s skin and hair and also have anti-inflammatory effects for the pups with allergies and joint pain. Pet parents just need to add moderate linseed oil to the puppy’s menu.

       

      Do you have an exclusive homemade dog menu? Please share with us in the comment.

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      2 comments

      • I am also giving potato to my dog. it’s very good for in dog diet.
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        Ashwani
      • Muito bacana, informações muito boas, meu cãozinho Freddy ama comer tomates, depois que percebi isso comecei a pesquisar sobre comidas saudáveis e se cachorro pode ou não comer tomates.

        Escrevi um artigo falando sobre isso confere lá: https://portal4patas.com.br/cachorro-pode-comer-tomate/

        Portal 4 Patas

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