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By giving your dog homemade meals, you control not only the quantity, but also the quality of the food. More and more people are choosing healthy food for all family members, and the dog is no exception!
This type of food lets you provide your dog with customised meals. Does your furry friend prefer fish rather than chicken? No problem, you adapt according to his tastes.
Homemade mixes are also excellent for your dog's health since they are perfectly adapted to the needs of obese, diabetic or even allergic dogs. You select the ingredients that make up the recipes.
Since the food is cooked, there is no proliferation of bacteria that are potentially dangerous for the dog (especially for sick dogs).
Tip: When preparing homemade mixes for your dog, it is best to cook the food at low temperature. This way the nutrients are well preserved and you avoid the proteins being denatured.
This is simply explained by the fact that the food is cooked. Goodbye loose doodoo, hello nice droppings.
Since you select the ingredients yourself, you can choose to avoid certain poorly digestible components such as gluten.
As a result, homemade mixes are easier for the body to assimilate.
If your dog is a bit pickier about food, you can always warm up his meal a little so it becomes irresistible.
They contain a large amount of water and fibre. The volume of food ingested is therefore proportionately greater than for dry food. As a result, the stomach will send a signal to the brain faster that enough has been eaten.
Good to know: Homemade mixes are particularly indicated for overweight dogs.
This type of food not only meets your dog's primary need to eat, but it also nourishes his whole body thanks to:
Be careful, however, for the benefits to be optimal the recipes must be balanced (ingredients provided in the right quantities). Don't hesitate to seek advice from your vet.
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