Natural Labrador Feeding
In feeding a dog, there are usually 2 alternative methods: dry food and natural food. A certain group of dog owners is categorically against dry food, mistakenly believing that it is harmful and that it is on a par with our human doshiras and other scourge packages. Dry fodder forage discord and if you buy cheap Pedigri or Chapi, then of course nothing good will come of it. These are economy class feeds and they are usually made from the meat of sick animals. Labrador such food just does not fit. Dry food should be premium and super premium, such as: Royal Canin, Eukanuba, Acana, Pronature, etc. Only in this case the dog will receive all the necessary vitamins and nutrients from the feed.
Usually, veterinarians and breeders do not recommend mixing dry food and naturalku. There is an explanation for this – a dog’s body is different from a human one and its diversity is not only unnecessary, but also contraindicated. If you decide to feed your pet natural food, you need to know that naturalka – this is not the scraps from the table, which remained after dinner or lunch. This is not fried potatoes, soup or chicken bones. A dog’s diet needs to be made taking into account the composition of all the necessary nutrients. Natural dog food is not the one that is real and that people eat. Natural feeding is the kind of food that is natural for a dog in general as such in nature. For example, buckwheat, cereals for dogs are not natural, so if you are going to feed Labrador porridge – this is not naturalka. But beef, turkey and other meat (except pork) – is naturalka.
Recommended Labrador Food:
Meat (beef, lean lamb, turkey, offal – kidney, liver, heart, etc.)
Fish (marine or oceanic, not bony)
Vegetable food (vegetables – carrots, greens, cabbage, cucumbers)
Milk (kefir, cottage cheese, ryazhenka and all dairy products). Milk should be given with caution and in small quantities, since puppies do not produce the enzyme lactase from 3 months.
One or two raw eggs per week.
Beef bone (raw)
Feeding Labrador natural food:
50-60% of the dog’s daily ration should be meat or fish. The rest is dairy and vegetable products. As you have noticed – in the diet there are no carbohydrates in the form of cereals, bread and bakery products. Dogs are contraindicated.
It is desirable to give the dog meat raw, you can scald it with boiling water. It is raw meat that contains the greatest amount of nutrients. Do not grind meat into mincemeat. The dog should receive it in the form of large pieces.
The dog should not be given sweets, flour products, fatty foods and chicken bones. Also, do not give your dog macaroni, potatoes, sweet fruit, alcohol, coffee and tea.
If you decide to feed your dog a naturalka, you need to additionally buy vitamins for dogs, as it is very difficult to completely balance the diet, and for the development of the dog it is very important.