Chinook Diet

What Should I Feed My Chinook? 

About Chinooks
The Chinook, a cross between a Greenwood Husky and a Mastiff, originates in the U.S. and was bred to drive sleds and pull heavy loads.

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Feeding Recommendations
It is important to feed your Chinook a holistic, grain-free, all-natural diet developed by veterinarians and backed by PHD's in pet nutrition while made in the U.S.A. It should never contain no soy, wheat, corn, or preservatives.

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Nutritional Requirements 
Your Chinook has special nutritional requirements that can be met with a food that contains real meat listed first on the label. It also needs to include fruits and vegetables, such as carrots, blueberries, and pumpkin. You want to feed as naturally as possible. 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 Chinook's digestive track as well as overall  long term health.  For his healthy development, the best food is one designed just for him to meet his individual nutritional needs.

 

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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