50% turkey and sweet potato with cranberry dog food hypoallergenic and formulated without cereals or grains.
High performance working dogs or dogs needing a high protein dog food recipe will benefit from this natural, grain-free turkey, sweet potato, and cranberry dry dog food dish. It was created with sweet potato and cranberries in it. Cranberries are a fantastic source of dietary fiber, vitamins C, E, and K, and other nutrients that support overall health and happiness.
The natural prebiotics MOS and FOS are also included in this mix to aid your dog's digestive system.
As a result, this is a wonderful dry dog food for digestive issues. In addition to being perfect for dogs with any sensitivities, our human-grade chicken and sweet potato mix is free of the common additives that are known to cause allergies.
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Particularly if their dog is allergic to chicken or beef, many dog owners prefer turkey as a source of protein. Its low glycemic index (GI) and high amount of protein digestion help control blood sugar levels. Additionally, the B vitamins B3, B6, and B12 are abundant in turkey meat. It also includes significant amounts of selenium, which regulates metabolism and growth rate, as well as zinc, an essential mineral for protein synthesis and enzyme activity. Turkey also contains L-triptophan, a compound associated with sleepiness since it is necessary for the body to make the neurotransmitter serotonin. Turkey is recognized for its ability to fight cancer.
Riboflavin and phosphorus are present in turkey, which is also abundant in protein but comparatively low in fat.
Dogs gain a lot from regularly eating foods high in riboflavin. The vitamin controls the process by which lipids and carbohydrates are turned into energy. Riboflavin is also necessary for the growth of red blood cells, which carry nutrients and oxygen throughout the body of the dog. Phosphorus aids in the body's capacity to remove toxins through the dog's urine by maintaining healthy kidney function in dogs. In turn, this helps a dog maintain the best health possible.
Phosphorus also supports muscle contractions, which in turn support dogs' motor activity, and normal heart rates. This improves a dog's capacity to chew, exercise, or accompany you on morning runs.
Cranberries include antioxidants and minerals that strengthen your pet's immune system and lessen inflammation. Antioxidant intake is crucial for maintaining a dog's health. For instance, they improve cognitive function while easing allergies and skin conditions.
This sour, red fruit is high in potassium, fiber, and vitamin C but low in calories. Fiber lowers the chance of developing heart disease, stroke, hypertension, diabetes, and some gastrointestinal diseases. Cranberries can improve your dog's bladder function, minimize tartar and plaque buildup, fight infection, and prevent cancer, among other benefits.
Sweet potatoes are a fantastic source of energy. They offer a sizable amount of fiber to maintain a healthy digestive tract, which will aid in producing solid stools. Since sweet potatoes are simple to digest and gradually release their energy, they can help with blood sugar regulation. It has been demonstrated that the high beta-carotene concentration in sweet potatoes enhances your dog's vision. In addition, sweet potatoes include vitamins E and C, which are both very good for preserving healthy skin and hair. The immune system is also supported by vitamin C. They also have good levels of magnesium, which may reduce anxiety and enhance sleep.
MOS and FOS
The natural prebiotics MOS and FOS present in this fish kibble feed the beneficial bacteria found in our dogs' colons, including Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium. They are derived from plants like artichokes, chicory, and asparagus. The beneficial bacteria then proliferate, making it impossible for harmful germs like salmonella and clostridium to spread. This recipe makes the ideal dry dog food for the digestive system.
Linseeds, commonly known as flaxseeds, are a great source of Omega 3 and Omega 6 necessary fatty acids, which are not produced naturally by dogs. Omega 6 aids in the softening and radiance of coats and is crucial for immunological and cell processes. The brain, central nervous system, and vision all depend on omega 3. Additionally, it has been shown to lessen joint and skin inflammation. Since linseeds naturally contain fiber, they also contribute to the digestive health of this dog food.