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Petbrosia Dog Kibble Review

Petbrosia is a forward-thinking pet food company that provides unique blends of doggie/kitty kibble recipes that changes throughout your pet’s lifetime, shipped directly to your door.

Firstly, you must provide a pet profile: breed, species, gender, age, weight and activity level, body condition score, allergy issues and any other relevant information.  This provides their nutritionists the background they need to develop a recipe for your pet’s unique nutritional needs as well as the information required to keep their diet appropriate for their activity level and their health needs such as allergies.

Petbrosia only uses the highest grade, human quality foods and all-natural ingredients carefully select for your pet’s needs.  Real meat is the number one ingredient with no added by-product-meal.  Fresh fruits and veggies for anti-oxidants,  brown rice and sweet potatoes for carbs, vitamins and supplements, added probiotic extracts and prebiotics, oils, fats and minerals for the immune system, skin, and coat.

Our box of chicken kibble blend arrived two days after the order was made in a sturdily packed Petbrosia box with a ten-pound re-sealable bag which I like so not to waste time repackaging the kibble to keep it fresh. Bella (my 7 year old mini Labradoodle – more Poodle than Doodle) and I opened the bag and oh what an aroma.  You can smell the meat, fruit and vegetables with a slight hint of sweetness from the berries.  The food has a pleasant scent that smells like actual food.

Bella did not hesitate to dive right in.  I didn’t follow the suggested gradual introduction of the new food they recommend.  Bad mama! Here’s how the manufacturer suggests you switch your pet from your old food to their new food.

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Day 1-3: Mix 75% old food with 25% new dog or cat food.

Day 4-6: Mix 50% old food with 50% new dog or cat food.
Day 7-9: Mix 75% new dog or cat food with 25% old food.
Day 10: Feed 100% of your new Petbrosia dog or cat food.

Although we made an abrupt chow change her digestive system remained the same and didn’t cause any distress.

Bella has terrible allergies, not from food but what is in the lawn/garden in different seasons.  She is constantly scratching herself, rubbing against walls leaving pet oil stains from her fur and gnawing 24/7 on her paws.  She usually gets a shot in the spring and a couple rounds of  Prednisone but after only a month of being on the Petbrosia formula product, my husband commented that she’s not itching as much and the matter build up in her eyes has disappeared and I have to agree.  He also commented that she has more regular bowel movements on our walks, which was a bit of an issue with the brutal Midwest winter which prevented us from ensuring Bella got her regular exercise during those weeks when it dropped to 30 below zero!  I keep her in 1-2″ Poodle puppy cut so I have to groom her daily and I’ve noticed a shininess to her coat as well.

Disclaimer:  I received no monetary compensation for this post.  Petbrosia provided me with a ten pound bag of kibble for my review.

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Human Food That Can Harm Your Hound

Dogs, especially puppies, can be curious and rambunctious, chewing on objects that do not seem appetizing at all.  Because of these traits dog owners sometimes think their pets can ingest just about anything, and tend to forget how sensitive a dog’s digestive system is.  Many of the foods that people enjoy are not safe for their pets to eat. Dogs can develop severe health problems and even die from eating the wrong types of food. Before feeding your dog scraps from the table, make sure that you don’t feed Fido something that could cause harm.

Caffeine and Chocolate
Chocolate can be fatal for a dog. One of the most dangerous toxins for dogs is caffeine, which is found in coffee, tea, soda and chocolate. Caffeine can affect the heart and the nervous system. An overdose of caffeine can actually be fatal for a dog.

Fruits and Vegetables
Some common fruits and vegetables can be extremely toxic to your pet. Grapes and raisins should never be fed to dogs, as they can damage the kidneys. Some vegetables: mushrooms, onions, avocados and garlic are all poisonous to dogs. In addition, the leaves and stems of potatoes, tomatoes and rhubarb can often cause severe damage to the digestive, nervous and urinary systems.

Poisons in the Pantry
Many other foods in our homes can make a dog sick, but it’s important to know which ones are lethal. Alcohol and tobacco in any form can cause comas and death. Nutmeg and Macadamia nuts can be fatal for dogs. Regularly feeding your dog raw fish can lead to thiamine deficiencies and eventually death.

Fat, Sugar and Salt
Feeding your dog foods that contain salt, fat and sugar on a regular basis can cause long-term, chronic problems. such as obesity and diabetes dramatically shortening their lives.

Baby Food
Pet parents sometimes feed their dogs baby food when they’re sick to get some nourishment into them.  Baby food can contain onions that, with an already compromised immune system, can be fatal.

Yeast Dough
Yeast dough can cause a gas buildup in a dog’s gastrointestinal system, allowing the intestines and stomach to expand which can cause a rupture.

Sugar-Free Gum
Sugar-free gums contain artificial sweeteners. Ingesting items sweetened with Xylitol could produce a sudden drop in blood sugar, causing loss of coordination and seizures. Call your vet immediately.

Cooked Bones
Cooked bones may fracture causing intestinal perforations and blockages.

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