Diets

Many diets are good for our animals.

Dry Food

dry food

Wet-Canned Food

canned food

Fresh-Home Food

fresh food

Raw Food

raw food

Vegeterian Food

vegetarian food
Generally, it is not good to change your animal's diet frequently. If we want to try a new diet, such as raw food or vegan even a different dry food, you should do it gradually to avoid any problems.

Example from Dry Food to Raw in a Week

how-to-transition

List of Foods Not to Feed

Remember that your animal maybe have some allergies and maybe there are certain foods that we may miss, so don’t consider a food safe to feed to your animal just because it’s not on this list. Do your research and ask your Vet if you have any doubts.

Not for Dog

Alcohol 
Apple Seeds 
Avocado
Baby Food 
Cooked Bones (Not Raw)
Candy and Chewing Gum
Cat Food
Chocolate
Citrus Oil Extracts
Coffee
Corn on the Cob
Fat Trimmings
Fish
Garlic 
Grapes and Raisins
Human Vitamins 
Liver
Macadamia Nuts
Milk and Dairy Products
Mushrooms
Onions and Chives
Persimmons, Peaches and Plums
Rhubarb and Tomato Leaves
Salt
Spices containing Capsaicin
String
Sugar
Tobacco
Xylitol
Yeast (on its own or in dough)

 

 

Not for Cat

Alcohol 
Avocado
Baby Food 
Bones (from fish, poultry, or other meat)
Candy and Chewing Gum
Dog Food
Chocolate
Citrus Oil Extracts
Coffee
Fat Trimmings
Fish (in high amounts)
Garlic 
Grapes and Raisins
Human Vitamins 
Macadamia Nuts
Milk and Dairy Products
Mushrooms
Onions
Persimmons
Raw Eggs
Salt
String
Sugar
Tobacco
Yeast (on its own or in dough)

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