The doctor says ...
A note from a veterinarian
Dear Dog Lovers,
It is my pleasure and privilege to work everyday with people who truly want the very best for their dogs. Unfortunately the desire to make sure that their canine friends are happy leads many of my clients to switching dog foods repeatedly or adding inappropriate additions from their own plates to their dogs meals, all in the name of love.
It is very important for dogs to be provided with a balanced diet that they will be consistently willing to eat. In the effort to make this happen, many dog owners add bits and pieces of a fresh diet to the traditional manufactured dog foods and succeed only in "unbalancing" the diet provided by the dog food, which many dogs will push aside in favor of what has been added.
A completely fresh diet for a dog needs to be well researched so that it is not only balanced but also appropriate for the breed. The right nutrition for each particular breed is of infinite benefit to a dog. It can keep your dog at a healthy weight. A healthy weight will can help minimize the occurrence of common orthopedic problems such as knee ligament tears and can make arthritic pain from conditions such as hip dysplasia more manageable. It can also help you avoid the pitfalls of giving unhealthy "people food" that could induce potentially deadly conditions in your dog like pancreatitis.
No one knows what the exact long-term effect of additives and preservatives have on us or on our animals. Wouldn't it be a relief to simply take them out of the equation entirely and provide your dog with a high quality fresh diet that is completely balanced and right for your individual dog? Chef K9's Doggy Bistro & Bakery does exactly this and could make an immeasurable difference in the health and comfort of your dog. Without a doubt, these diets are palatable. Your dog would look forward to every meal, one can tell just by seeing and smelling the difference. Most importantly, with Chef K9's Doggy Bistro & Bakery, your dog will be getting the right amount of food and the right kind of food for optimal health. I cannot think of any one factor besides nutrition that can have a more positive impact on a dog's life and health.
Mary Provitola, D.V.M.