I give her half and half – wet and dry food. It’s about half a cup of kibble and whatever amount of wet food that looks right.
I wonder if I’m feeding my dog correctly. She seems to be healthy, absent the seizure she had last Sunday.
So what do you think?
I saw an article the other day from The Whole Dog Journal that said keeping a dog at peak health was as easy as A, B, C.
|A –||Amount of Fat, Protein, and Carbs that Your Dog Needs|
|Regardless of what you’re feeding your dog, he’s probably not getting enough calories from protein. Discover the simple way to correct this imbalance!|
|B –||Balance the Fats|
|Certain fats are vital to your dog’s good health (is he getting them?), but even when included in premium brands there’s a good chance they’re going rancid, and potentially harming your dog. Learn the prevention for this common mistake!|
|C –||Complete the Nutrition with Fresh Foods|
|You don’t need to overhaul your dog’s diet to feed him properly. Learn which easily available and inexpensive items to add to his current food to create a healthy, well-balanced meal!|
The problem is that this article didn’t provide any specifics. I read “Learn which easily available and inexpensive items to add to his current food to create a healthy, well-balanced meal!”
But what are the easily available and inexpensive items?
So if you any thoughts about how I should be feeding Maggie, I’d love to hear from you.