Dog Food – Food Supplements

Dog food as a dietary supplement and employment.

The four-legged friends love eating dog food because this is composed in a way that fits their special taste. Dogs should also sometimes get some additional food, apart from the regular food that is served in their bowls daily. This can be for example a bone, a chew product made from buffalo skin or a biscuit.

Bones from the butcher or varied dog food made from buffalo skin

Not all bones are to be chewed by dogs. Waste and food scraps are not food for dogs. Bone-in chicken parts and cutlets of human food are therefore not recommended as a chew. They can be cooked with spices, but they do not function as dog food alone. Also, the bones of poultry can injure the dog if they crack. Sometimes, the leftovers are so small that the dog tries to swallow them in one piece out of greed. This can lead to severe injuries and in some cases, the chew is then removed by the vet. The argument that “Dogs are carnivores because the wild ones are” does not apply here. A domestic dog is normally not a hunter and does not attack its food. It has not learned to divide its booty as it is fed by the people and therefore depends on humans from this point of view. It relies on the fact that “its” master knows what is edible and what is not. A chew coming from the owner is definitely safe and therefore, the dog does not know how to protect itself in different conditions.

Bones from the butcher are better suited for four-legged friends. They are usually very cheap or even available for free and some butchers put bones aside for dogs, bones that cannot be used for anything else. Bones are especially popular with four-legged friends because they can still nibble scraps of meat and cartilage. However, you should make sure the bones do not splinter. It is also important that the bones are cooked and left to cool before they are given to the dog. This serves for killing any dangerous viruses in the bone before giving it to the animal. This type of dog food is very popular with four-legged friends and some animals eat their chewing bones for hours. This keeps the dog busy and cleans its teeth, which prevents the formation of plaque and tartar.

Those who do not want to give their animals bones from the butcher to chew can also rely on dried bones made from buffalo skin. This dog food avoderm mostly consists of rolled-up pieces with dried cow inside. Here again, the four-legged friend usually has great fun chewing the hard parts and crushing the food into pieces. The jaw muscles are strengthened and the animal’s teeth are cleaned by chewing and gnawing. Another very sought-after dog food is the sow’s ear. However, some pet owners are less enthusiastic about this type of food. This food actually consists of the dried ear of a pig that smells even in this condition. Dogs like pig’s ears because of the strong smell and because they love to chew on their dog food.

Rumen and udder as dog food

Rumen or udder are a particularly tasty kind of dog food for your four-legged friends and are suitable as an occasional dietary supplement. The tripe is the stomach of a cow. The smell is strong and therefore it is advisable to allow the animal eat its dog food outside. Eating offal usually reflects the nature of the dog and anyone who has watched a dog eat can confirm this. This type of dog food also contains a lot of fat, which can cause diarrhea in animals, if consumed in too large quantities.


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