Showing posts with label what vegetables to give dog. Show all posts
Showing posts with label what vegetables to give dog. Show all posts
Friday, April 21, 2023

Antioxidant Rich Vegetables For Your Pet

Here’s an assortment of vegetables you might consider adding to your dog’s diet. Other vegetables include pumpkin, zucchini, butternut or spaghetti squash and dandelion greens. Some cats will eat asparagus, pumpkin and squash. Adding vegetables to your pet’s diet has many benefits. They contain enzymes, vitamins, minerals and prebiotic fibers to support immunity. They are rich in antioxidants which fight aging. The fiber helps pets with digestive issues and keeps them feeling full longer. Adding vegetables doesn’t cost much. You can pick up some frozen vegetables and look for ones that are on sale. Just be sure to avoid mixed vegetable medleys as they might contain ingredients like onions which are poisonous for pets.

Friday, March 4, 2022

Give Your Dog Vegetables For Good Health

Here is Legend’s haul of vegetables for this week. Giving vegetables to your pet is so important and variety is the spice of life. Different vegetables have prebiotic fibers that feed bacteria in your pet’s microbiome. Your pet's microbiome is the colony of organisms (bacteria, fungi, viruses, etc) that coexist. A healthy gut is the core of a healthy immune system. You can buy frozen vegetables and use a little bit of each to make a medley. Last week we used peas and carrots, a bit of shredded beets, cabbage, broccoli, squash and green beans. This week you can see we are using okra, spinach, collard greens, dandelion, asparagus and more. If you haven’t given your pets vegetables before, start with just a small amount and mix into food. We gently heat them and mix in his raw frozen meals and Amazing Omegas. Vegetables provide vitamins, minerals, fiber, fresh enzymes and real food to a pet’s diet.

Sunday, June 4, 2017

Add Vegetables to Your Pet's Diet

Pets need real, fresh vegetables in their diet. Not the fake kind with food coloring made to fool you into thinking you are giving your pet real nutrition. Both cats and dogs can benefit from carrots, greens and pumpkin. Vegetables may be served steamed, chopped, puréed or raw depending upon your pet's digestion and appetite. Vegetables offer vitamins, minerals, fiber, enzymes and antioxidants all of which can not only boost their health but can make them feel more satisfied after eating. Raw frozen diets for pets contain a wide variety of fresh vegetables. 

Click here to learn more about raw frozen diets that contain fresh vegetables for dogs and cats.