Benefits of natural dog food

Pet Munchies believe that a happy dog is a healthy dog and so make sure that nothing artificial goes into their gourmet treats or dog food; no artificial additives, preservatives, colourings or flavours. Furthermore all their treats are naturally low in fat and carbohydrates, high in protein and very nutritious. Also being wheat, soya and gluten free makes them the ideal treats for dogs with intolerances. Here, Pet Munchies share their top three reasons why natural treats are beneficial for your dog.

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1- Fewer digestive problems

Often the ingredients used to make dog food is of very poor quality, with the main ingredients consisting of animal by-products that are not fit for human consumption – such as eyes, organs, brains, bones and hooves. By feeding your pooch organic treats with more easily digestible products, like whole grains and human-grade chicken, duck, liver and fish – this will result in less bloating, gas or diarrhoea for your dog. Their bowel movements will also be firmer and less smelly.

2- Healthier skin and coat, and improved allergies

Artificial additives, preservatives, colourings and flavours can often be the cause of allergies and skin irritations in your dog. If your pooch suffers from reoccurring skin conditions, natural treats can help support your dog’s immune system to fight off and build resistance against infections.

3- Better quality of life

What you feed your dog will have a direct impact on how they look and feel, and whether they lead a long and healthy life. Organic food will leave your dog feeling more satisfied, provide them with more energy to run and play, a stronger immune system and, a glossy and shiny coat.

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