Picky dog, Itchy dog, Fat dog, Farty dog
If you’re dog parents like us, you’ve likely encountered one of the four common health concerns with your pooch: Picky Eaters, Itchy Coats, Fatty Floofies, and Farty Furballs!
As obsessed pet parents (aren’t we all!?) we want what is best for our dogs. So when we started to notice that pet parents all over are experiencing four very common health issues with their dogs, it got us thinking. Isn’t there something that can help? There is, and it all starts with what goes in your dog’s bowl!
Let’s take a look at how Weruva’s canned wet foods can help your dog eat better and feel like a pup again.
Pups want the good stuff. We’re talking REAL MEAT! High-quality cuts of lean protein are what you’ll find in every Weruva recipe. Dogs are smart, they know when they’re eating REAL ingredients, like hand-prepared shredded boneless, skinless, breast meat chicken.
An abundance of healthy fats – Omega 3’s and 6’s help pups get a shiny, healthy coat. No more itchy and flakey scratches! Food allergies you say? We have a number of single protein recipes for those extra sensitive canines. Your pup will be looking like Fabio in no time.
The same plan that the doctor prescribes for us humans – moderate exercise and diet are the keys to a healthy weight. For Fido, the same is true.
Dogs do best when their meals are comprised of mostly lean proteins, have a moderate amount of fats and minimal carbs. Don’t forget to provide ample drinking water and your pup will be on their way to a trim tummy!
What makes them get a bit tooty? An unbalanced tummy.
Adding pumpkin to your dog’s dinner provides them with both soluble and insoluble fibers to help with stool quality. And pumpkin is a superfood, packed with vitamins that help support healthy gut motility and digestive health.
So, whether you have a picky dog, itchy dog, fatty dog, or farty dog maybe it’s time to consider what goes into your dog’s bowl? Check out all of the offerings that Weruva has for your dog in our Weruva Classic recipes and our Dogs In The Kitchen recipes. Don’t forget, you can also add in a little extra pumpkin for a healthy treat.
Check out the complete infographic below!