Natural diabetic dog food, or the food best suited to feed a diabetic dog, may resolve the diabetes.
If you have been feeding your dog a processed dog food up until now, then I suggest that this is the probable cause of the diabetes.
Although dogs are carrion feeders, so can live on pretty much anything, including rotting meat or a purely vegetable diet, this is natural for them in the wild. Their stomachs can easily digest rotting flesh.
What their system can’t manage is to process all the ingredients that go into processed dog food.
This starts its life with low grade meat, often with a high fat content, as all the good cuts of meat go to the human market, where higher prices can be had. Meat by-products (slaughter house waste, carcasses from veterinarians, farms, zoos, vivisection companies, road kill and the like, waste from supermarkets and fast food outlets, etc) make up the bulk of most pet food.
This is then cooked at high temperatures and pressures, killing off what little nutrition remained.
Cheap fillers are then used to bulk this out. Fillers than may include melamine from China or anything cheap on the work market. Such as sugar, waste carbohydrates, sawdust, paper, anything.
Then toxic preservatives are added (which are not permitted in human food) to ensure a long shelf life.
Isolated and synthetic appetite stimulants and ‘nutrients’ are then added to ensure your poor dog eats it. The ‘nutrients’ can’t be absorbed and can cause joint stiffness and kidney stones.
Does any of this sound like the ‘perfectly balanced’ dog food the label may be proclaiming?
Once you start feeding a diabetic dog food that reflects the natural diet of a wild dog, you can be sure that the diabetes will either disappear or improve enormously.
This means quality meat which has all the nutrition naturally required. It means no filler, especially not sugar or carbohydrates. It means organ meat in proportion to the muscle meat found in a carcass. It means only naturally occurring, easily digested dietary supplements.
But what it means most of all, is you taking control of the health of your dog, not leaving it to others who loudly proclaim their superior product but are, in reality, much more interested in your wallet than in the health of your dog.
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