Unfortunately, not all dog owners can homecook for their dog, and I can completely understand why. We all live busy lives, and cooking for ourselves is hard enough! However, what if you could improve your dog’s kibble by adding a few supplements? Here are a few ideas!
Probiotics are a great way to help your dog’s gastrointestinal tract. They provide several good bacteria that help with improved digestion. The efficiency in which your dog can digest their food greatly depends on the number of good bacteria they have in their digestive system, so adding more probiotics, greatly increases the digestibility of their food!
Kibbled dog food undergoes intense heat processing which destroys most, if not all, enzymes found naturally in the food. Enzymes are extremely important in proper digestion and to unlock the nutrients found in food. Supplementing Digestive Enzymes can promote a healthier dog.
Spirulina & Microalgae
Spirulina & Microalgae are two of nature’s most nutrient-dense superfoods. These two ingredients work together to promote healthy immune system function, improve eye and nerve health, brighten a dull and brittle coat, and even improve mobility and flexibility!
Does your dog have dry, itchy skin, or suffers from hot spots? Your dog may not be getting the Essential Fatty Acids they need! Krill Oil contains high amounts of Omega-3 Fatty Acids; which are imperative for your pet’s health. Providing Omega-3s in your dog’s diet can support healthy skin and hair, improve joint health, promote heart health and even support your pet’s ability to combat environmental allergies.
Surprisingly, mushrooms contain multiple health benefits by being packed with thousands of enzymes, nutrients and proteins in amounts your dog can effectively use! These nutrients help promote normal detoxification of environmental stressors, and improve joint and respiratory health! This nutrient packed supplement is perfect for the elderly pet, as it contains powerful antioxidants.
The best things about all of these superfood supplements, is that they are all available at The Barking Lot! Next time you are in, feel free to ask me which one (or two, or more!) that may benefit your lovely puppy!