Tips for Living With A Diabetic Pet
November is National Pet Diabetes Month, and if your pet…
Everywhere you look these days are reminders to pay attention to your health and diet: Eat organic. Shop at farmer’s markets. Omit preservatives. Don’t ingest food dyes. Gluten? Forget it.
We are realizing that additives in our food may have serious repercussions on our health. We also know that when we eat healthier, we feel healthier. The same applies for pets.
Just like humans, pets can have food allergies or intolerance to certain additives. Preservatives and food dyes can cause anything from lethargy to weight gain in your pet.
One way to make sure you know exactly what your pet’s diet consists of is to make your own pet treats. That’s right. After you get finished baking those gluten-free banana-nut muffins, you can make a delicious treat for your pet!
Here’s a great healthy recipe we found on Pinterest that you can make from items in your kitchen pantry.