Sunday, December 02, 2012

One Way To Protect Your Dog From Allergies Is To Delete Wheat From His Dog Food

Here is a big news flash, and I bet you never gave it a thought. The absence of Wheat in your Dog's food, can help him in many ways. By eliminating wheat from his diet, helps your best friend from contracting many allergies. These allergies can affect his health in many ways, including but not limited to degestive disorders.

There are many other areas of your dogs nutrition that also suffer from feeding him dog food containing wheat.

As humans we have always been told to eat wheat in our diet. Whole wheat is far different that the wheat used in your dogs food.

There are a host of ingredients added to your dogs food. These contain wheat gluten, proteins, toxic fillers, non nutritional additives and fillers for bulking the food.

Is there such a thing as wheat free dog food? Sure there is. But it is harder to find and usually less common to find. Why? Because the major pet food manufacturers, don't care as much about your pets health, as they do about profit. This certainly includes puppies and adult dogs.

Some dogs are actually very allergic to wheat and wheat fillers. I am not sure, that in today's day and age, that public demand for a greater diet or that greater restrictions be implemented by the manufacturers will in fact change anything. I say this, because it's the bottom line profit that will dictate ingredients, fillers, non nutritional proteins and the like that the manufacturer will use. Some of the major brands, and the higher end dog foods, have already begun implementing just such measures.

How do you know which ones have responded, and to what degree? It’s really quite simple, and not as difficult as you may think. If you would like to know how to get past all the smoking mirrors, advertising hype, bloated advertising budgets, and who really does have your dog's best interest and health in mind, read my resource box attached to this article. It will direct you to where you can find these answers and many, many more. This is critical, it's not just a wheat free dog food that you want to find, but how to analyze everything that is being used in your dog's food.

After you have used the tools on my website, you will know what you want and need for your dog. If you can't find it in your local stores, or if you live in a small rural town, don't worry. There are plenty of resources to use, the Internet is one of course, and they will ship directly to your door. In most cases, it will not cost that much more, as most offer free shipping.

By doing what I am saying, you will in most all cases, insulate your dog from the melamine catastrophe that was killing so many dogs in the dog food recall of a few years ago. The only way you can truly see to it that your dog is getting safe, nutritional and very healthy dog food, that will give him/her all the nutrition per serving they need, and be complying with the highest health standards is to become involved. Remember, your veterinarian is also in the business of making money, so again, it is back to you.

Don't despair, the task before you is really quite a simple one indeed. If you are armed with the free tools at my site, then trust me, your job will be a very easy one.

Now just go out and do it, your dog deserves nothing less, your vet bills will be less, your dog will be healthier and live much longer, and you too, will be much happier.

More Information:

My name is Derick Senatore. I am your consumer advocate. A person who is your spokesperson & watchdog. Independent and always monitoring your best interests as it pertains to products or services. Trust your consumer advocate. To learn more visit me at Your Dog Food Authority, for many more interesting articles and a host of free tools available for your download.



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