- The closer to the evolutionary diet, the healthier the pet.
- Raw foods contain many nutrients, vitamins and minerals that are destroyed by cooking.
- Pets need a variety of whole, raw foods for a balanced diet.
- Chewing large, hard bones is good for dog’s teeth and gums. Cats need smaller meatier bones.
- Food and water should be served at room temperature.
- Small, lean, active pets should be fed more than large, fat, inactive pets.
- Cats usually need more frequent feeding than dogs.
- Newly weaned kittens may need four to five meals a day.
- Feed Pets at regular intervals.
- Discard uneaten food to prevent germs from breeding.
- Use bowls that won’t tip over and wash them every day.
- Discourage pets from begging at the table while you are eating.
- Save treats for special accasions or to encourage good behaviour.
Sadly human food is not suitable for pets