Pets are part of the family and feeding them a well-balanced diet is an important consideration. I see more and more people feeding their pets a grain-free diet, so I thought it would be interesting to look into it.
Here are three of the common arguments for going grain-free with a dog or cat.
Grains aren’t part of their natural diet
While the domesticated dog may have started to have some grains when fed human leftovers, both the dog and the cat ate a primarily carnivore diet. Their teeth, digestive system, and natural prey all point to a primarily grain-free diet.
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