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What To Expect When You Feed Your Dog Fresh Food

With images of lean meat, colorful vegetables, and whole foods on bags of kibble, you’d think that kibble contains all of the natural nutrients your dog needs, right?

Unfortunately, that’s not always the case. Cooked at such high temperatures, all of the natural nutrients in kibble are destroyed, and manufacturers have to add artificial and/or supplemental vitamins back into the food for it to be considered “full and balanced.”That’s why giving your dog even just a little bit of fresh food can be so transformative to their health — they will be getting true benefits from every ingredient! 

Whether you’ve decided to switch your pooch to a 100% fresh diet or are planning to introduce a fresh dog food topper to their standard kibble, your dog’s body will experience some changes no matter what.

Here’s everything you can expect to see after adding any amount of fresh food to your dog’s diet: 

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The First Few Weeks:



The First Year:

Lower Chances Of Cancer And Diseases: A 2005 study by Purdue University found that adding fresh vegetables to a dog’s diet decelerated cancer cell growth by over 70%. Additionally, it’s been shown that dogs who eat green, leafy, yellow-orange vegetables three times a week have lower rates of urinary bladder carcinomas. Fewer Trips To The Vet: Once your dog starts eating fresh food, all of the natural nutrients, vitamins, etc., start coming together to give your dog better overall health. Your dog will have a stronger immune system, and you’ll have fewer last-minute reasons to visit the vet! Healthier Weight: It’s well known that fresh vegetables are healthier for you than potato chips. Well, it’s the same for dogs! Your dog’s kibble likely contains dozens of fillers, additives, dyes, and preservatives. Adding fresh vegetables and natural protein sources to your dog’s diet will help them achieve and maintain a healthy weight —which is linked to longer lifespans.


Longer Lifespan:

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Long-Term:

Lower Chances Of Cancer And Diseases: A 2005 study by Purdue University found that adding fresh vegetables to a dog’s diet decelerated cancer cell growth by over 70%. Additionally, it’s been shown that dogs who eat green, leafy, yellow-orange vegetables three times a week have lower rates of urinary bladder carcinomas. Fewer Trips To The Vet: Once your dog starts eating fresh food, all of the natural nutrients, vitamins, etc., start coming together to give your dog better overall health. Your dog will have a stronger immune system, and you’ll have fewer last-minute reasons to visit the vet! Improved Joint Function: Unfortunately, dog food labeled as being for dogs with joint pain doesn’t always mean anything. Common fillers, such as grain by-products, can be harmful to dogs’ joints and may lead to more inflammation. Additionally, many dogs experiencing arthritis are overweight, so a non-nutritious diet may be making a negative impact on their joints. Incorporating fresh dog food to your dog’s diet can work wonders on their bodies, particularly if they include the following foods, which are all great ingredients for dog joints: yams, salmon, cranberries, carrots, red delicious apples, quinoa, and kale. In fact, it would even be helpful to simply buy those ingredients from the store, cook them in your kitchen, and add them to your dog’s kibble! Any little bit helps.

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