The best diabetic dog food options for your dog

If your dog has recently been diagnosed with diabetes, then you may have quickly found out that he can no longer eat the majority of foods available for sale at supermarkets and even most of the brands in pet stores. For cost saving measures, almost all of these products are packed full of carbohydrates and sugars which are no go items for diabetic pups.

While your vet would love for you to visit him to get your dog’s food, you can use a non prescription diabetic dog food that will work just as well. Not all of these products are marketed as “diabetic”, and you may need to do some extra detective work to find them, but they are out there. Fortunately, Beanietoes has already done that work for you, and in this article we’re going to not only give you some stellar tips for adjusting your dog’s diet, but we’ll also make some recommendations for new foods you can try that don’t require a prescription. Let’s start with the basics and talk about what a diabetic dog needs in their diet.

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This is the BEST low carb dog food available!

Feeding your dog a low carb diet can be great for their health, but actually finding a low or no carb dog food can be a challenge. So many manufacturers out there stuff their products full of corn and wheat, or overload them with starches. However, in today’s article we’re going to go over the best options for offering your dog a low carb diet.

Be warned that some products can be deceiving. Grain free does not mean carb free or even low carb. Many manufacturers remove the grains, but they replace them with other starchy items such as potatoes which can just as many carbs to your pup’s diet. If you’re looking for a low carb option because you dog is diabetic, then you need to be careful of these.

Try these super easy to digest dog food brands for your pup!

Dogs who are having issues digesting their food will often show symptoms such as diarrhea, constipation, vomiting, and they may even experience itchiness if they are allergic to something in their food. As a pet parent, it can be heart breaking to watch your pet have such as difficult time, and you of course want to do everything you can to rectify these issues.

Unfortunately, your dog could be sensitive to any number of ingredients, and this may not be a quick fix. It’s possible that you may need to try several brands before you find one that your pup can eat without experiencing any issues. Fortunately, there are a few really good tricks to eliminate most of the problem ingredients in one go, and in this article we’re going to tell you how to do it. We’ll also recommend some foods that may be a better fit for your dog and explain why they make the cut.

Is your dog’s breath horrible? Try this dog bad breath treatment!

Does your dog have breath that could knock you down? While many pet parents may simply think this is due to eating stinky dog food, this is likely not the case. In fact, stinky dog breath could actually be a symptom of a serious problem which could potentially cause tooth loss for your dog! Fortunately, horrible dog breath is something you can treat at home with a number of products. In this article we’ll explore a dog breath remedy or two that you can use, and we’ll even discuss what gives dogs this problem in the first place so you can take preventative measures!