Salmon and Trout Dog Food for Large Breed Dogs
To maintain a bigger muscle mass, this high-protein large breed dog food contains 50% Scottish salmon and trout. Omega 3 fatty acids, which are crucial for large breed dogs, are abundant in salmon and trout.
Both of these fish include EPA and DHA, which alleviate inflammation. Selenium promotes bone health, helps to avoid muscle atrophy, and keeps skin and fur healthy. The B vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, and B12, which aid in the conversion of food into energy and support the brain and nervous system, are also abundant in the salmon and trout in this grain-free fish dog food. Additionally, potassium, which is known to lower stroke risk and help control blood pressure, is present in salmon and trout.
It is simple for dogs to digest sweet potatoes. They are also very nutritious and are a great addition to meals for bigger breeds. Vitamin A, which is necessary for warding against infections, can be found in sweet potatoes. Additionally beneficial to the wellbeing of your dog's eyes is vitamin A. These potatoes have a lot of fibre, which promotes good gut bacteria and regular bowel movements.
They also have vitamin E and C, which serve to enhance the health of the skin and coat. Additionally, sweet potatoes have anti-inflammatory, immune-boosting, and blood pressure-regulating properties.
This vegetable is a natural prebiotic and includes vitamins that can aid with bone and heart health.
The folate found in asparagus is crucial for DNA synthesis and coat development.
It also helps with constipation and bloating. Glutathione, a vital antioxidant that supports the detoxification process and is associated with better skin and liver, is present in asparagus. Due to asparagus's high vitamin C content, it is also fantastic for the immune system.
MOS and FOS
Extra MOS and FOS, two prebiotics that are found in nature, are included in this fish protein dog food.
These aid in preventing digestive problems and are found naturally in plants like artichokes, chicory, onions, and asparagus. Salmonella and clostridium struggle to proliferate because of the healthy gut bacteria that FOS and MOS in dog kibble feed. For large size dogs, this formula makes the ideal dry dog food for the digestive system.
Glucosamine and Chondroitin
To aid suppleness and joint mobility, always look for large breed dog foods with glucosamine and chondroitin. Glucosamine can be helpful in reducing pain after an injury. By boosting collagen, it is known to assist cartilage repair. Between bones and joints, cartilage works as a cushion thanks to chondroitin, which also provides suppleness.
Together, they facilitate healing. Both come from marine and natural sources.
The advantages of MSM for joint health are well documented. It is a pure natural substance produced by particular plants. It improves the interaction between glucosamine and chondroitin and blocks the effects of chronic pain. MSM in dog food aids with the absorption of numerous vitamins and nutrients, including vitamin C, all of the B vitamins, along with vitamins A, D, and E, amino acids, selenium, calcium, and magnesium.
Additionally, it is a potent antioxidant and aids in detoxifying. This recipe can help dogs with allergies by reducing a number of their symptoms, making it a good dog food.
Linseeds - Omega 3 and Omega 6
Linseeds, commonly known as flaxseeds, are a good source of Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids. The brain, central nervous system, and vision all depend on omega 3. They have a reputation for reducing skin and joint irritation. Health of the skin, coat, and immune system depend on omega-6. These fatty acids are not produced naturally by large breed dogs. Because linseeds naturally contain fibre, they contribute to the digestive health of this dog food.
This fish-only limited ingredient dog food for large breeds has no poultry, no maize, and no grains.
It has no artificial preservatives or additives and is completely free of grains, wheat, and gluten.