We enjoy spoiling our pets with belly rubs and kisses but above everything with delicious treats. So what's more common than partaking a bit or two from one's own plate? Although a bit of your chicken or steak usually is fine, it is important to go easy with sharing "people food" with your pooch. Proper Pet food contains the nutritional requirements for a balanced diet your pet needs to maintain good health. Treats should only make up 10% of your pet's daily calories.
Watch out for Toxic FoodsAlthough some fruit and veggies you love are healthy and good for your pet, it is important to know what food might be toxic for him. For example, although you may love avocados, grapes, macadamia nuts, coffee, onions, and chocolate, these and other "people foods" can be toxic to dogs. Some "people food" might be too difficult for your pet to diggest or might be tough on their liver or could contain natural components that simply hurt our pets. If you are not sure if a treat is good for your dog, take the time to talk to your vet to avoid any unfortunate accidents. If at some point, your pet has consumed something he shouldn't have or are Worried, your pet may have eaten something toxic, call the Animal Poison Control Center, and take your pet to the vet immediately.
So Whats are good treats?
How can you pamper your pup with natural treats without compromising his health? Although the occasional fruit or veggie has its benefits, some may cause tummy trouble. So when you find yourself tempted to spoil your pet, your best bet is to stick to healthy organic doggie treats. All of Big Lu's doggie treat selection is 100% organic with no harmful preservatives or other harmful additives. Sticking to healthy treats such as Big Lu's, will give you some peace of mind and give your pet something he loves.