7 Natural Dog Food Tips You Can Try Today

It's no surprise that natural dog food means more REAL food.

Food like fruits and veggies and even eggs.

If you feed kibble, here's a super easy way to make it healthier for your pet using ingredients you probably have right in your own kitchen.

What are you waiting for? Let's get started!

Here are the top 7 quick and easy foods you can add to your pet’s meal to boost inside and out!

Top 7 Quick and Easy Natural Dog Food Tips

1-Olive oil—dribble a little over his kibble, a teaspoon or tablespoon will do (use your dog’s size as guidance). Olive oil is good source of essential Omega 3 fatty acids which are crucial for a healthy skin and coat.

2-Broken egg over his kibble—Your dogs can digest a raw egg with no problem and the yolk is full of nutrients. Of course, if you want to cook it you can but it's not necessary.

3-Chicken broth—adds moisture and nutrients to dry kibble. Not to mention taste! Go with a low sodium, organic version to minimize your pet's exposure to salt and extra hormones pumped into chicken.

4--Flaxseeds—easy to sprinkle on the kibble or put into baked dog treat recipes. Flaxseeds are loaded with healthy omega 3 fatty acids--the "good fats". They're good for your dog's cardivascular system, his eyesight and his joints.

Omega 3's are terrific anti-inflammatories. This means if your pet is getting older, these can help prevent arthritis and other diseases.

5- Fish oil – The king of omega 3's! Whether you give salmon oil pills (Baggins ate eat them like treats) or squirt the oil on the kibble, your dog needs these essential fatty acids.

Excellent for animals with skin conditions.

6- Canned pumpkin —make sure you use plain pumpkin, not the spiced pie kind. Pumpkin is filled with vitamins. Just a daily or periodic (a few times a week) scoop on the kibble will work. It's packed with health benefits and deserves to be brought out for more than just for Thanksgiving.

7- Yogurt--make sure it’s the plain kind, but a little yogurt is filled with good bacteria and will help with digestion. If your dog is taking antibiotics yogurt will help keep some of the "good" bacteria in his tummy to keep it from getting upset.

That’s it! 7 great natural dog food boosters. I bet you have at least one of these ingredients in your kitchen right now!

If you want to take it a step further and make meals for your pet, you'll be interested in a Dr. Jones report on the benefits of Home Cooked Meals.

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