This post is sponsored and written by me on behalf of Petcurean through a campaign managed by their PR. All opinions are my own.
The new year is here, and like many out there, my family and I have been working on keeping all of the resolutions we made. This includes the resolutions to not only eat better and exercise more for myself and my family, but also for our fur babies as well. From making resolutions to keep our senior dog Chloe in shape by continuing her on her Petcurean Senior diet, and walking her twice a day along with our puppy, to ensuring that our puppy Nakoma continues to grow into a healthy dog with the Petcurean foods and treats she loves! We also find that when it comes to the healthy eating, by having the Petcurean products for our pets on hand, that we can easily stick to those resolutions when it comes to the diets of our sweet fur babies.
This is because when we add the Petcurean foods and treats to our fur babies diets, which includes our growing puppy, we are giving them pet foods that are made from recipes that are grain-free, gluten free and potato free. I also like knowing that with the Petcurean brand, we are going with a brand that not only provides the diet options which are perfect for going with those Pet Resolutions, but a brand who celebrates those fur babies along with their pet parents. And when I was sent information from the experts at Petcurean on how to keep those resolutions, know what is in your pets foods, as well as celebrate the new year with our fur babies, I was excited to share it with our readers!
- Did you know that this year is the year of the dog? In Chinese astrology, each year is related to a Chinese zodiac animal according to the 12-year cycle and 2018 is an Earth Dog Year. Years of the Dog include 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018, and 2030 – if you were born one of these year’s then this year may hold some extra luck for you! Either way, it’s a fun reminder to show your pup some extra love this year by focusing on their health.
- What’s in the bag? Do you know what’s in your pet’s food? Take a look at the ingredients and you might be shocked (check out our guide for reading the ingredients)! This year, switch your pets to a premium quality brand like Petcurean.
- Watch the Scale: Weight management isn’t just for humans. In fact, it’s estimated 54% of dogs and 59% of cats are overweight or obese and according to data from Nationwide. Obesity is a significant risk factor for many life-threatening diseases that affect dogs and cats but with diligence and effort, your pet can lose weight too.
- Taking Sensitivities Seriously: Food sensitivities in pets are a growing concern and GO! SENSITIVITY + SHINE Limited Ingredient Diet pet food provides a solution with a single source of meat protein and as few ingredients as possible to meet the nutritional requirements of dogs and cats. New to the line are MSC-certified pollock recipes for cats and dogs, and a grass-fed lamb recipe for dogs.
The three new recipes contain premium quality meat or fish protein (fresh meat + meal) as their first two ingredients, followed by coconut oil for easy digestion and energy, tapioca, an easily digestible source of carbohydrates, chicory root, a pre-biotic that promotes digestive health.
· The MSC-certified pollock recipe for cats and dogs, features sustainably harvested Alaskan pollock, one of the most abundant and versatile fish in the world. A part of the cod family, Alaskan pollock has high nutritional value and is an excellent source of protein, minerals and omega fatty acids, and is low in carbohydrates, cholesterol and fat.
· The grass-fed lamb recipe for dogs features lamb sourced from Australia and New Zealand which is lower in fat and higher in omega-3 fatty acids than meat from animals that are fed grains.
So as you work at those resolutions for you and your family, be sure to include Petcurean in the Pet Resolutions you set for your fur babies and make 2018 a great year for all!
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