Borzoi Diet

What Should I Feed My Borzoi?

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About Borzois
Choosing a high-quality diet is essential to a Borzoi's delicate body.  You always want real meat to be the first ingredient. You want to feed as naturally as possible so look for holistic grain-free foods. Never feed a Borzoi food that has corn, wheat or soy. Stay away from cheap fillers, added sugars, sweeteners, artificial flavors, colors or preservatives. Instead find a food that has a variety of delicious fresh fruits and vegetables. Look for taurine to support heart health. DHA to promote a healthy brain development. A proper balance of calcium and phosphorus for strong bones and teeth. Also, foods with prebiotics and/or probiotics are wonderful for the Borzoi's digestive track. A poor diet can result in symptoms of severe nutritional deficiencies that may not show up for months or even years later. The benefits of choosing a healthy diet for Borzoi are significantly evident in their overall long-term health and well worth purchasing.

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Nutritional requirements
Nutritional requirements for your Borzoi include controlling for torsion or bloat. A few things which can lead to this dangerous condition are heavy feeding routines either before or after an extreme workout, or stressful situations. Genetics in addition to an abrupt feeding routine and dietary change may also be factors. For this reason, you should feed your Borzoi a few smaller meals per day, and avoid heavy activity within a one- to two-hour framework around these mealtimes.

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