If you notice that your dog is sluggish or generally not feeling well, then you might want to try a grain free dog food option. Keep reading to learn about these food options and why you might choose them.
If your dog has a grain allergy, this is the first time to try a grain-free option. This is the most obvious reason to change to different food.
Always talk to your vet when your dog develops a new allergy. This is important because you don’t want to accidentally choose a food that would still affect your dog’s allergy.
Grain-free foods can be made at home. This is especially important if your dog has allergies to preservation typical of other dog foods. You can use food like chicken, sweet potatoes, apples, carrots, and kidney beans. You can find recipes for these online. Try a few different things to see what your dog likes best.
Watch this video when you want to start making grain-free food options for your dog at home. You can learn a lot by copying this recipe. Again, make sure that your veterinarian approves any diet change. This will help your dog be happier and healthier.