Pasture raised animals contribute to soil microbial diversity. They fertilize the land and make it more resistant to flooding and drought. The land does not have to be ploughed. Grasses trap carbon dioxide and help fight climate change.
Ever notice a thin, gooey slime in your dog’s bowl?
Bacteria sticks to the bowl (and your dog's teeth). It has to be scrubbed off teeth and water bowls every day! Biofilm has been linked to UTI's, bladder and ear infections as well as digestive upsets and diarrhea.
Watermelon, cantaloupe, zucchini and cucumber are all good for hydration for a healthy urinary tract. Low in calories but packed with beta carotene and other vitamins and minerals.
Dogs don’t get cavities!
They don't start digestion of starches in the mouth the way people do. Dogs do get tartar build up which damages the gums but no cavities.
Humans vs Dogs
The small and large intestine in the average human is approximately 36 feet long. That’s the length of a school bus! A 70 lb dog has a 6-foot long intestine therefore dogs need high quality proteins to be able to digest them quickly.
Safe water bowls.
Stainless steel is the best. Just make sure it is USA made and tested for lead, mercury and cadmium. Do not use plastic water or food bowls.
Diet does help dogs live longer!
Here at Lucky Dog Cuisine, we believe in feeding fresh foods to our dogs. We have been doing this for over 50 years and with good reason! In a study out of Belgium, "Relation between the Domestic Dogs: Well-Being and Life Expectancy, a statistical essay", used data...
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