Archive for the ‘Protein’ Category

Your Dog’s Meal Time and How it Effects Their Behavior

Thursday, March 7th, 2019

Behavioral issues can be caused by many and sometimes multiple influencers. Many people think behavior is heavily based on genetics. While genetics can certainly have an impact, you cannot downplay the impact of environmental influences. One of those influences is diet, and that is what this blog will be about. What you feed your dog […]

Lentils, Your Dog’s 8,000 Year Protein Source

Saturday, October 13th, 2018

If you have considered replacing your dog’s Road Kill kibbles with home cooked meals, start with organic lentils. A super food and gluten-free with no sulfur to produce digestive gas, legumes pack a powerful and healthy 31% protein with 3% fat. Unlike beans, lentils have no sulfur (digestive gas producing). Lentil artifacts have been found […]

Split Peas – Ancient Super Food Protein for Your Dog

Saturday, October 13th, 2018

Split Peas | Your Dog’s Gluten-Free Plant-Based Protein Yes, gluten-free. Also a super food and another vegetarian choice for your dog’s protein. If you would like to give your canine kid’s mealtime a healthy nutritional boost, consider adding a few tablespoons of this super food to their dish. An ancient legume consumed in Europe and […]

Amaranth: Your Dog’s Everlasting Protein

Saturday, October 13th, 2018

Amaranth, a beautiful plant whose seed is the size of a period at the end of this sentence. The most notable nutritional quality of amaranth is its protein content. With a protein composition of 15% after cooked (29% uncooked), the Greek interpreted this high quality protein as “Everlasting”. Domesticated more than 5,000 years ago in Mexico, […]

Your Dog’s Eggs: Raw or Cooked?

Saturday, October 13th, 2018

Eggs are nutritionally dense, and dogs instinctively gobble them up! They’re protein-rich, which is essential for growth and maintenance, easily absorbed, and helps your dog’s coat glisten. They also provide a fare amount of selenium and choline, important for antioxidant building blocks and keeping the brain healthy, respectively. Eggs are a complete source of amino […]