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    Give your pet the best dog foods for dog allergies and health through nutrition he will   live a longer life

    The best foods for dog food allergies

    Dog health is a very real concern because not all pet food will give your pet proper dog nutrition.

    Dog nutrition has come to the forefront since the dog food recall which causes hundreds of pets to become sick and even died because of tainted wheat that came from China via Canada.  Dog health is so important.

    They are also looking at alternatives to pet shop pet foods and scrutinizing the labels trying to find the best dog nutrition.

    They want to know exactly what is in the pet food they purchase and if it has enough dog food nutrition for a healthy pet.

    I believe the pet chow manufacturers that don't pay attention to consumers and their concerns will pay a heavy price at the cash register. Simply put, we will not buy dog chow that doesn't have good ingredients in it. In fact we will boycott it and tell our friends not to buy it.

    Holistic dog food recipes for dog allergies are being searched for everywhere. These are the best and natural organic foods that appeal to pet owners.

    There are many articles written about holistic pet nutrition and I have something to say about them. My dog has been eating holistic dog chow for many years and has been a picky eater. He has always had allergies and finding a dog chow that agrees with him has been hard. I fed him bench and fields for quiet a while and thought I was giving him the very best chow because it said it was a Holistic dog food. Dog health and food nutrition is essential for the long life of your pet and you have to check out lots of bags of kibble and canned products to find a good one

    What I didn't realize was that most all pet food out there had wheat and corn in it. You know, the poisoned wheat from Canada and the bio-engineered corn from the USA. That was never a good idea and we all knew it but couldn't stop it.

    When my dog got really sick during the dog food recall, my dog food manufacturer quietly took some of it's dog food off the shelves and came up with a new formula that doesn't include wheat or corn.

    What an improvement! My dog started eating more, had less incidents of illness and started playing again. I decided the culprits were wheat and corn. What works for my dogs is Hills Prescription diet of duck and potato. This new dog food replaced others they had on the shelves. They removed Hill's gravy so I substituted Hill's ID. I hope you can also find the right dog food for you dog as I did. Just because it works for my dog doesn't mean that Hill's foods will work for yours.  Every dog is different and you should work with your vet to find the best natural food for your pooch.

    What your pet's ancestor dined on and why they didn't have to worry about dog health.

    Let's pretend we're looking in on an average day of a dog in the wild, the ancestor of today's dogs.

    He wakes up to the dawn.  It might be raining, snowing or a bright clear day.

    Today's dog would stretch, get up, walk over to his dog food bowl and either bang it around or whine because he wants food.  Today's dog is likely to have dog food allergies.

    How let's look at this dog's ancestor.  Quite another story This wild ancestor wakes up to any kind of weather,  looks around for the kill he made the day before to find it gone.  Some animal made off with it during the night.  So he gets up and begins his day hunting for food and that means exercise and lots of it.

    Read more about how today's canine ancestors got the correct nutrition from the food they hunted

    For information on dog food allergies visit this page

    Dog food ingredients

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