Wednesday, October 13, 2021

Are You Feeding Vegetables To Your Pet?

Here is Legend’s breakfast this morning. The bowl on the right is the vegetables and on the left is the vegetables mixed with raw Small Batch @smallbatchpets rabbit and a little canned rabbit. Legend has a lot of food allergies so he eats primarily raw frozen and raw freeze-dried rabbit, vegetables, flax seed powders, and a variety of omega oils. Because he had liver cancer, I am trying to fill his bowl with an assortment of brightly colored vegetables to support liver health. Vegetables in the bowl: Whole Foods chopped vegetable salad mix, cooked butternut squash, chopped steamed beets, dandelion greens. Also some flaxseed and other green food powders and Amazing Omegas. I rotate vegetables later on in the day and use others such as green beans, carrots, and peas, broccoli cute, okra, and asparagus. Veggies provide fiber, antioxidants and so many benefits. Please try to include some vegetables in your pet’s diet. You can use chopped, frozen for convenience and defrost in the refrigerator, steam, or bake. In case you are wondering…….yes our dog eats better than we do