Dog Nutrition


http://DogHealthAdviser.com – What is the “best dog food?” What do you need to know about dog nutrition? In this segment, The Dog Health Adviser discusses dog nutrition and his recommendations for the best dog foods. To see the Dog Health Adviser’s recommended products, visit: http://doghealthadviser.com/the-dog-health-adviser-recommends/

9 Responses

  1. Kristenwins1 January 29, 2012 / 5:43 AM

    Thanks for the advice!

  2. Kay Moon January 14, 2013 / 3:53 PM

    this guy was paid by the dog food companies, the HIGH PRICE dog food
    companies. dogs need nothing but RAW MEAT no vegetables no grains just RAW
    MEAT some bone, fat, organs. if you look at his eyes when he is speaking he
    is reading a script he doesnt believe anything he is saying he is being
    paid to say these things. My dogs have been fed the raw diet for a year and
    have never been healthier!!!!!!!

  3. Rebecca Genung February 2, 2013 / 9:44 PM

    This guy has bad advice. If dry food is your idea of good nutrition – you
    are blind. Nutrition is barely reached by overly processed foods for
    animals that are biologically meant to eat raw bacteria and 70% moisture
    with each meal. You don’t get that with processed dry food. Duh.

  4. hawkermustang June 26, 2013 / 10:15 PM

    Chicken soup dog food is very good and moderately priced. I switched to
    this and it cleared up my dogs skim problems. I think it probably better
    and cheaper than the ones he listed. It has been rated very high.

  5. k9goodfood January 5, 2014 / 11:14 PM

    Choose a manufacturer new food which is high in protein and great
    carbohydrates.

  6. SonicSanctuary June 12, 2014 / 11:23 AM

    im no expert but, im sure my puppy doesn’t need grains or vegetables
    last time i checked dogs were CARNIVORES, meaning they eat meat!

  7. Deborah J. Stafford July 15, 2014 / 6:04 PM

    Good clip! I have the good news for the puppy owners: It is possible to
    make your puppy stay more time to 8.3 years by adjusting the meals they
    take in.

  8. josh h January 19, 2015 / 2:33 PM

    Wow, how much were you paid to day this? I can’t believe people. People are
    relying on you, and give this advice. Your fucked up my friend. “People” do
    extensive hours of research, please.

  9. Ross Brown January 20, 2015 / 2:13 PM

    dogs would get vitamins from fruit and veg in the stomach of their meals in
    the wild. so yes id say its good nutrition but raw all the way

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