Canaan Dog Diet

What Should I Feed My Canaan Dog? 

About Canaan Dogs
The Canaan Dog gets its name from the region of Canaan, which today encompasses Israel and Palestine.

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Nutritional Requirements
We recommend a superior holistic, grain-free, and antioxidant rich dog food. Higher quality foods allow for better absorption which means less poop for you to pick up. They also don't eat as much.  Real meat should be the first ingredient followed by a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables. You want to feed as naturally as possible. Stay away from cheap fillers, added sugars, sweeteners, artificial flavors, preservatives, and chemicals. Never feed your Canaan Dog a food with corn, wheat or soy. Some other important ingredients to look for is taurine to support heart health.  A balance of calcium and phosphorus for stronger teeth and bones. Glucosamine to protect joints. DHA to support healthy brain development. Omega's are always a must have because they have tremendous benefit on the heart as well as make a noticeable difference in the skin and coat. Prebiotics play a very important role in your Canaan Dog digestive track as well as overall  long term health. When combined with physical exercise, a nutritional diet can help prevent health problems in your Canaan Dog and enable him to live a long and healthy life. 

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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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Check out the incredible human grade ingredients in this food! A delicious combination of real chicken, oatmeal and pearled barley, with millet, flaxseeds, coconut oil, apples, blueberries, cranberries, pumpkin, sweet potatoes, broccoli, carrots, spinach and parsley.  NO artificial colors, flavors, preservatives or poultry by-products. NO corn, wheat or soy. All natural & holistic. Highly Recommended by National Veterinarians and even P.H.D's in Pet Nutrition!!
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