You pop a multivitamin every morning—so should your pup be doing the same? It might seem logical, since dogs benefit from eating a diet that’s similar to humans’ in quality of ingredients. “Many of the vitamins important to our bodies play the same roles in metabolism and structural functioning in our pets,” says Korinn Saker, DVM, Ph.D.
You try to limit the amount of processed food you eat, but what about your pups? If they’re consuming a diet primarily made up of kibble and dry treats, the foods they consume is likely treated with lots of additives to make it more appetizing. Many traditional dog food companies do this to cater to pups’ cravings: “Dogs have
The way your dog sits at your feet while you’re eating a cheeseburger or always comes running when you’re frying bacon, it might seem like he has very specific food cravings. But the reality is that your pup’s inclination for certain flavors is less specific than your own.
Dogs have somewhere between 1,500 and 2,000