Tuesday 17 May 2016

Healthy Dog Food Challenge

Hi Guys!

Today I want to tell you about the Healthy Dog Food Challenge I have been recently participating in over the last month. It is with  a company called Vet's Kitchen a brand of all-natural pet food you may have seen some of my posts on social media about them. You can check them out here: http://www.vetknowhow.co.uk/vetskitchen/

Vet's Kitchens' foods are hypoallergenic and free from wheat, beef, maize and soya-thought to be some of the top causes of allergies in pets. They have no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.I was sent a month supply of dog food for my four French Bulldogs in two great flavours, Salmon & Potato and Chicken & Brown Rice.You can see Miley was very curious to try the food out and I was intrigued to find out more details of the nutritional benefits of each pack.

Salmon is a protein rich source of healthy energy full of Omega 3, which promotes healthy skin and a shiny coat
Sweet Potato is a grain-free source of carbohydrate full of antioxidants great for those with sensitive digestion
Chicken is a source of high-quality protein that is also highly-digestible
Brown Rice provides a great source of dietary fibre with a very low glycaemic index to keep blood sugar levels steady and help metabolise fat more efficiently.

fter a month, I can report the below about how my dogs change in diet impacted them:Digestion - 5 paw rating, they happily ate the food straight away and had no issues.
Coat quality - 5 paw rating, their coats felt smooth and glossy after eating this food for a month.
Skin Condition - 5 paw rating
General temperament - 5 paw rating, they have seemed pretty calm.

Hope you enjoyed reading! Love Sally x


1 comment

  1. Your post is very helpful, thank you. Owning a dog may seem to be a very easy thing for some people but not all of them know what is a good dog food that will be able to supply their pet’s needs. It is very common for us today to see dogs which are either undernourished or over-nourished due to the lack of understanding on what to feed these pets. See more http://dogsaholic.com/food_treats/what-is-a-good-dog-food.html


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