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In my house, what we feed our dogs is just as important as what we feed ourselves. Because we know that what our furry family members eat can affect their wellness, and we want them to be as healthy as possible. We have three dogs, a golden retriever, a hound mix and a schnauzer mix.
This is Toby:
Toby is about 6 years old. We’re not exactly sure what kind of dog he is but we know he is weird and sweet and our lives wouldn’t be the same without him. The older he gets, the more we notice some things about him that concern us. He has gained a bit of weight, he scratches a lot, he has bad breath, and he just doesn’t seem to get around like he used to.
Wellness® is a holistic pet food brand that does whatever it takes to create the healthiest food for pets. They don’t compromise and include only simple, pure and authentic ingredients to create superior, wholesome, food. As part of their commitment to creating healthier food with better nutrition, they have established 5 signs of wellness to help people be able to see and identify the benefits of a healthy diet in their pets.
5 Signs of Wellness
Skin & Coat
Dry, itchy skin and a dull coat are signs that your dog’s skin and coat may not be as healthy as they can be. It’s important that their food contains essential vitamins and minerals as well as guaranteed levels of Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids to ensure beautiful, healthy fur.
Even older dogs should have some level of energy so they can be healthy and active. A lazy dog might mean that your dog isn’t getting the nutrition they need to maintain their energy levels. A balanced blend of high-quality proteins, grain-free carbohydrates, and select fats in their food can provide the energy your dog needs to thrive.
Gas, loose stools, and constipation are signs that your dog’s digestive health is not up to par. Foods that contain a combination of healthy fiber, chicory root extract and probiotics will help support healthy digestion.
Eyes, Teeth & Gums
It’s harder to tell if our pets are having eye or teeth issues because they can’t tell us if their vision changes or if something hurts. So it’s super important to feed them a food with guaranteed levels of Vitamin A help support healthy eyes and calcium and phosphorous to help support healthy teeth and gums.
Dogs can get sick too, but like humans, there are things that give them a boost. A food with antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables and nutritional supplements such as Vitamin E will help support a healthy immune system.
Wellness® Complete Health™ Grain-Free Dog Food can help your dog achieve the 5 Signs of Wellness. It includes essential vitamins and nutrients for a healthy skin and coat. It also contains the high-quality proteins, select fats and grain-free carbs for lasting energy, vitamins and minerals for healthy eyes, teeth and gums and antioxidants for a healthy immune system. All of these work together to help your dog thrive.
We headed over to PetSmart to pick up a bag of Wellness® Complete Health™ Grain-Free Dog Food so we can transition Toby over and hopefully see the 5 Signs of Wellness develop so that we can be sure he is as healthy as possible.
PetSmart has a full line of Wellness products.
I chose the Adult Whitefish & Menhaden Fish Meal Recipe Dog Food variety.
Toby was definitely interested in his new food when I brought it home.
He kept sitting next to it and staring at me. I’m pretty sure this is dog for “please feed this to me.”
I moved the bag and he followed me and did the same thing!
I am really excited to begin the transition to Wellness® Complete Health™ Grain-Free Dog Food and see Toby develop the 5 Signs of Wellness. He deserves to be as healthy and happy as possible!
You can purchase Wellness® Complete Health™ Grain-Free Dog Food at PetSmart and also for more information make sure you follow Wellness on their social media channels as well.
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