Pug dietary advice
Dietary advice to keep your pug healthy is something every owner (parent) should remember about. As we all know with having a pug comes a great responsibility. Here is some advice to keep your little companion in the best shape possible – to live longer and love you to the fullest.
Take care of what you are feeding your pug
Hungry pug is a sad pug and that’s the last thing that you want for your beloved dog. You don’t want those big cute eyes staring at you demanding of you to feed it. You need to help it sustain it’s muscly and compact body. Choosing the diet wisely is a big step toward well-being of your little friend. Variety in your pug’s diet is a very crucial point in dietary balance of every micro and macro nutrients, the main things you have to worry about is protein and fat intake, those might come from meals such as chicken, turkey or fish – all of those preferably unprocessed are excellent source of lean protein and good fats. Among vitamins the most important are vitamin A and D but also a bit of Omega 3 and 6 would improve glossy hair of your pug. You can also purchase those specific vitamins in a form of dog supplements recommended by veterinarians. Though be careful with an excessive intake of calcium, too much of it can cause skeletal problems.
Take some time to research popular brands of dog food. Listen to opinions of other pug owners and shape the unique diet customized for your lovable pug. Don’t be afraid of experimenting and testing out new stuff that comes out on the market, your dog will get excited every time you buy new food for it. For beginners http://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/ is a good place to start expanding your knowledge about do’s and don’ts in selecting food for your puppy to improve it’s overall health. Some trusted brands we recommend are: Acana Regionals Dog Food, Fromm Family Gold Dog Food and Holistic Select Dog Food.