Bringing a pet home can be over whelming for first time pet owners. A dog or a cat is cute to look at and cuddle but keeping a pet at home is a different ballgame altogether. They are living, breathing individuals who need lot of care and nourishment.
Many pet owners find themselves at a loss after bringing a dog/puppy at home. They don’t know what to feed, when are the vaccines due etc. etc.
So, today we are sharing some tips to ponder upon BEFORE you think of bringing a pet home.
Can you Commit?
Calcium, magnesium, iron, copper, manganese, zinc, iodine, selenium, Vitamin D & E, Vitamin B. Choline, Omega 3 fatty acids and more. In fact Zero oxidants and zero phytonutrients are absent as well.
The deficiencies from above important nutrients leads to health issues like Degenerative diseases. Then pet parents end up making multiple trips to the pet and unfortunate pet dogs are subject to incessant use of antibiotics and other immune suppressing medicines and ultimately a weakened immunity.
There’s a lot of information available online which can be overwhelming for pet parents. Some try to utilize it without considering the health of their pet dogs and end up preparing an unbalanced and nutrient deficient meal. An unbalanced diet ends up exaggerating an underlying health issue in your pets.
Seek professional help to formulate a nutritious and balanced diet for your canine buddies. A canine nutritionist can provide an all-round guidance and support in this case.
It’s not really an uphill climb to prepare a homemade diet with some important ingredients which in turn provide better immunity to your pets. After a point of time you will begin to enjoy making a yummy meal for them as much as they enjoy relishing it.
Reach out to us if you want to build a robust meal plan for your dear pets.