Surprising Facts that Dog Owners Need to Know About Kibble Dog Food in Jupiter, FL, Fort Lauderdale, Coral Springs, West Palm Beach, Pompano Beach, Boca Raton, and Nearby Cities
We don’t just offer paleo dog food, we offer fresh, human-grade foods that fit the paleo pet food diet. But what is paleo?
The Paleolithic diet focuses on non-processed foods that mirror the typical canine diet of the Paleolithic era, such as raw meats, vegetables, fruits etc.
While we believe this diet is the best option for your dog, many pet owners still feed their pups a solid diet of kibble, which can lead to the decline of canine health. Don’t think that kibble is so bad? Check out these shocking facts:
- When you feed your dog kibble, you’re feeding them dry food with approximately 50% carbohydrates.
- The recommended feeding suggestions found on the back of your dog's kibble bag is just a recommendation. Many feel they add a higher recommendation to sell more food.
- Kibble does not, I repeat, does not make your dog's teeth cleaner–it actually can make them dirtier!
Kibble can become rancid only a few weeks after it’s opened. The average lifespan of kibble is 4 weeks.
At My Paleo Pet we offer more than traditional paleo dog food throughout Jupiter, Fort Lauderdale, Coral Springs, West Palm Beach, Pompano Beach, Boca Raton, and the surrounding areas, as well as shipping nationwide. We offer scrumptious USDA-approved paleo foods that are safe for human consumption and ideal for supporting a healthy and balanced paleo diet. Unlike other paleo dog foods you may find in your local pet store, our fresh foods are natural and hormone-free, ensuring optimal nutrition for your furry friend.
Are you looking for other yummy and natural blends and treats for your pets? We offer that too! Through BioComplete™ we ensure that your canine receives a full range of foods and products that are not only delicious but healthy. Contact us today to learn more about our fresh food options that are better than run-of-mill paleo dog foods you'll find in your local feed store.