Proteins — pork, beef, poultry, cooked eggs, peas, rice, fish, soy, vegetables
Carbohydrates — wheat, barley, white rice, peas, potatoes, dry dog food
Fats — fish and its oils, flaxseeds, pork fat,
Other — (vitamins, minerals, etc.) fish oil, cooked eggs, milk products, cereal grains, seeds, liver, nuts, vegetables and their oils, peanut meals, lamb
If your dog displays an imbalance in behavior, this might be related to nutrition. Dog behavioral therapists state that poor nutrition leads to poor behavior and may become a reason for obesity, excessive thinness, dry hair, and dental problems. The dog’s body can be stressed because of poor nourishment. A nervous dog has trouble digesting food and can develop serious digestive problems. This kind of health problem can lead to aggression over treats and food, stealing food, or vomiting up after eating.
Switching dogs to a more healthy diet along with exercise can improve not only the overall mental health and mood of your four-legged cutie but also offer several health benefits.