Bearded Collie Diet

What Should I Feed My Bearded Collie? 

About Bearded Collies
The Bearded Collie originated in the southern mainland of Scotland in the early 1700's. For centuries, they have worked as the Scottish Highlanders' able assistants, both as a sheepdog and drover.

 

Nutritional requirements 
The Bearded Collie’s requirements for minerals, which it can easily assimilate, is quite unique from the smooth or rough coated Collies. In fact, the wrong source of the mineral calcium can result in kidney stones. Any dietary calcium for your Bearded Collie should come from bone meal. Make sure to avoid dolomite or oyster shell forms.

 

Feeding recommendations
You can help keep your Bearded Collie in excellent condition by measuring food servings and spreading them out twice a day rather than leaving one large meal out. Select a high-quality dog food that is all natural, holistic and grain-free. Never feed a Bearded Collie food that has corn, wheat or soy.  Stay away from foods that use cheap fillers, added sugars, sweeteners, artificial flavors, colors and preservatives.  Make sure real meat is the first ingredient followed by various fresh fruits and vegetables.  Higher-quality foods contain easily digestible ingredients that usually result in smaller stools and less waste. Find foods with taurine for heart health. DHA for brain development. Glucosamine, calcuim and phosphorus for stronger bones, teeth and joints. Prebiotics will also make a difference. They improve the digestive track, reduce gas, and also help prevent certain health issues down the road.

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What should I feed my Bearded Collie
Diet and nutrition is probably one of the most important decisions you will make for your pet because it affects their long-term health, immune system, vital organs, condition of their teeth, coat and even affects their lifespan, so educate yourself and choose wisely.

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