I recommend reading:
Early Kidney Disease - Difficulty Getting Her to Eat
What may guide your path:
Kidney values relative to normal.
Is there proteinurea?
For homemade, read DogAware and accompanying websites.
Dog Food Screts by Andrew Lewis
BlueBell last edited by
Has anyone on here read about this guy and his book? Any opinions? As a new pet owner I want to do what's best but I also don't want to get suckered into spending unnecessary money. I recognize that you have to be pretty savy reading the nutritional labels on dog food and I have decided to switch Bella to a more oganic food (Merrick).
tanza last edited by
I have not read the book, but here are a couple of good sites about dog food
nobarkus last edited by
The truth is all dry dog food has been processed and heated to death as to make it a poor food item no matter how good the ingredients are. Just look at it. That dry, crunchy pellet was actually meat, veggies, etc at one time.