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Canine Diet and Nutrition

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Nutrition plays a HUGE part in determining your dog's behavior, health, and overall well-being.

Canine Nutrition and Your Dog's Behavior

Inadequacies in the diet can lead to behavioral issues such as aggression or hyperactivity, while nutrients like omega-3 fatty acids and tryptophan can enhance cognitive function and stabilize mood, respectively.
 

Additionally, recognizing and addressing food allergies and sensitivities is crucial, as these can cause
discomfort and alter a dog’s behavior.

How We Help

Our team of Certified Dietitians can work with you to answer any questions you have about your dog's diet. 

As a client, you'll have access to our team of Canine Dietitians. 

Every dog is different, and we will suggest diet's based upon your dog's needs.  

Get answers to your dietary questions such as:

  • Is my dog's diet impacting their behavior/physical ailments?

  • What ingredients should I be cautious of?

  • What do these confusing terms on the label mean?

  • What kind of proteins are good for my dog?

    • Cooling proteins

    • Neutral proteins

    • Warming proteins 

    • Hot proteins

  • What type of diet is best for my dog?

    • Kibble​

    • Raw 

    • Fresh cooked

    • Freeze dried/Air dried/Dehydrated

Diet and training working together. 

Ultimately, a thoughtfully crafted diet is vital for a dog's physical health and behavioral equilibrium, embodying the truth of the saying "you are what you eat" within the realm of a dog’s well-being.

Tweaking your dog's diet to address their needs in addition to a training custom training plan will lead to even better outcomes for your dog.  Not just now, but for the rest of their life.  

Take the first step in getting your dog to where you've always wanted them to be, and enjoy your relationship like never before.  

See our team of Canine Dietitians

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