Dog Nutrition: A Personalized Approach to Fit Your Dog's Unique NeedsPosted November 11, 2015 by Smart Cookie Dog Treats
We get customers all the time talking about specific requirements their dogs have regarding their nutrition, things they can and cannot eat, things they are and are not allergic to, things that do and don't upset their stomachs... you get the point. Which is one of the reasons why we focus on the concept of personalized dog nutrition.
Personalized dog nutrition is a new concept based on one that's been around for a long time. Essentially, eating foods and ingredients that are most beneficial to your well-being, support your lifestyle, and enhance your overall health. The same goes for dogs. Certain ingredients will be more functional than others depending on a dog's lifestyle, dietary needs, or even preference. For example, if you are looking to lose weight, you are most likely not going to go shove a double cheeseburger with extra bacon in your mouth (unless of course you have that 3am hankering and just can't resist) but that's besides the point. Point being, that as humans, we eat (or at least try to eat) foods that are best for the goals we are trying to accomplish or lifestyles we lead. Athletes need more calories than couch potatoes, just like active dogs need more calories than 'ol lazy dogs. You get the picture.
So what's this all mean? It means that each dog has unique needs, and we have now given you the power to cater to those needs with our treats. Just head over to the treat chooser to get started. You know your dog best. Only makes sense to allow you to choose what you do or don't want in your dog's treats. We have over 11 different wholesome and healthy ingredients to choose from to create a treat specifically formulated with your dog in mind. Itchy skin and seasonal allergies? Salmon would be a great choice. Loaded with Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids, it combats dry skin which can cause itching. Oats are also a great choice - naturally anti-inflammatory and soothing on the innards and any histamines that may be rearing their ugly heads. Actually, why don't you head over here, and check out these salmon treats yourself. Your dog will seriously thank you.
No longer do you have to stand in the dog treat isle looking over ingredients making sure that they will work for your dog. Instead of having to fit your dog into a mold of commercially mass produced, full-of-chemical, and overall disgusting treats, you can now fit the treats to your dog with actual real, simple, and pure ingredients. Pretty nifty, huh?