Thursday, October 25, 2007

A Look at Dog Food Ingredients that Promotes Good Health for Your Shih Tzu

A high quality dog food for the Shih Tzu does not contain by-products or inferior grains, chemical additives or preservatives of any kind. By-products, inferior grains, chemical additives and preservatives are all known to be harmful to your Shih Tzu.
Many times dog food manufacturers will use very high temperatures when cooking their products. This actually destroys nutrients and vitamins. They will then add flavor enhancers or coloring to replace what the high temperature cooking process takes from the appearance and flavor of the food. Pay attention to how your dog food is cooked.
A high quality dog food for the Shih Tzu will only contain natural goodness in a superior food product that is formulated especially to promote good health. Dog food manufacturers who are actually concerned about the health of your Shih Tzu will be extremely careful about every single ingredient. Fresh human quality foods from carefully selected farmers and growers combined with the high quality extras such as proteinated minerals, vitamins, antioxidants and bacteria cultures are known to have a beneficial effect on the health and well-being of the Shih Tzu as well as other canine breeds.


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Anonymous said...

I wonder if this would have helped with the liver and gull bladder issues my shih tzu just encountered. Very helpful, and will ask the vet when I go next time.

Lisa Finch said...

Very good info! The cooking process is just as important as the quality of ingredients.

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