Border Terrier Diet

What Should I Feed My Border Terrier? 

 

About Border Terriers
The Border Terrier originated in the northern region of England in the Cheviot Hills. For centuries, it has been the favorite in its native land of the local farmers. Because of its small size, the Border Terriers were quick enough to catch a fox as well as keep up with the horses throughout a chase. Its distinctive, unique head has the physical appearance of an otter.

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Nutritional Requirements 
Ideally, a healthy and nutritionally balanced diet for your Border Terrier features real meat as the first ingredient followed by various fresh fruits and vegetables.  Make sure the food is a high-end holistic grain free. You want to feed as naturally as possible. Never feed your Border Terrier 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 Terriers skin and coat.

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Nutritional Requirements
Your Border Terrier's nutritional requirements include a balanced diet found in a meat-based, high-quality dog food. All meals should be mixed with warm water because he is such a ravenous eater that he may inhale his food and choke on it. Also, because he is prone to becoming overweight, make sure to monitor his feeding routine.

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What Brand is Best
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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