3. Animal Fats – 25% of your dog’s diet should come from animal fats, which provide your dog with essential fatty acids and a source of energy. As mentioned above dogs don’t get their energy from carbohydrates, so fat is their main source of energy. Giving your dog a good source of healthy fats will not only add years to their life, it will provide them with nutrients for healthy skin, coat, and optimal brain function.
4. Offal – 10% of your dog’s diet should come from offal, or also known as organ meats. This is one area I see pet parents missing out on time after time. Offal is high in many nutrients including a high amount of protein, thiamine, folate, selenium, phosphorus, zinc, CoQ10 and several B vitamins.
Kangaroo meat based dog treats are a great way to rack up amino acids which can improve metabolism and compounds that aid the production of collagen and elastin, which fight also ageing.
Just check out the benefits of wild Kangaroo meat dog treats: