Border Collie Diet

What Should I Feed My Border Collie?
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About Border Collies
Finding a Border Collie without energy to spare is a challenge. As herding dogs, they’re built to be active. Providing a nutritionally balanced diet for your Border Collie is essential to his overall well-being because he has his share of inherent health issues.

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Special Feeding Recommendations
Feeding recommendations for your Border Collie are individual and you should base them on his fitness, appearance, activity level, and weight. For instance, a dull coat can indicate an imbalance of nutrients or fat in his diet just as a sluggish Border Collie may have an abundance of fat in the food.

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Nutritional Requirements
Ideally, a healthy and nutritionally balanced diet for your Border Collie features real meat as the first ingredient followed by various fresh fruits and vegetables. For some Border Collies, a diet based on chicken or lamb may be easier to digest. Make sure the food is a high end holistic grain free. You want to feed as naturally as possible. Never feed your Border Collie a food with corn, wheat or soy. Stay away from cheap fillers, sugars, sweeteners, artificial flavors, colors or preservatives.   We recommend an antioxidant rich formula. Taurine to support heart health. Balance of calcium and phosphorus for strong bones and teeth. DHA to support brain development. Glucosamine for healthy joints. Prebiotics improve the digestive track and can reduce certain health issues later on.  Omega's are going to make a huge difference in your Border Collies skin and coat.

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