• No grains such as wheat, corn, rice, rye, barley, oats, or millet
These diets are designed to mimic what the dog or cat would eat in the wild by containing higher levels of proteins and lower levels of carbohydrates. Since proteins cannot be stored in the body, unlike carbohydrates and fats, these diets are well suited to over-weight pets. Higher protein foods also help rebuild muscle and bones in active dogs. Finally, animals seem to find higher meat content foods more palatable.
These diets benefit pets that are:
• Have sensitive skin
• Extremely active
• Picky eaters
• Completely healthy
• Named meats, quality grains, dairy products, fruits, vegetables, pre-biotics, and pro-biotics.
These diets provide an increase in food quality, leading to stronger immune systems and thus better overall health.
These diets benefit pets:
• Whose owners want to provide a good quality diet
• With immunological issues
• With cancer