Oven-Baked Tradition Dog Food likes to keep it as natural as possible when it comes to feeding your dog. They believe that ‘natural is the way it should be’, and I am sure you feel the same way! Don’t you want your dog food filled with fillers and stuff that is not going to help him grow and be as healthy as he can be right?
Oven-Baked Tradition starts your puppy out with a deboned chicken recipe which also includes fruits and veggies. Whether you have a small, medium or large dog, they have a kibble that is right for him, and at all stages of his life!
Oven-Baked Tradition Dog Food
Chicken Puppy Food:
Your pup will love their chicken kibble! They have adapted the size of the kibble too, so it is easier for him to chew and digest. They only use fresh deboned chicken, which help foster healthy tissue in your pup. It also includes fruits and veggies along with grounded brown rice, and oatmeal.
When he gets a little older, he has a lamb or fish option in addition to the chicken he has probably grown to love. Lamb is a great protein alternative for those dogs who might be sensitive to chicken. The lamb, of course, is fresh and deboned, just as their chicken is. Fish is a great source of Omega-3 (as you may know for yourself) and also protein. The dog kibble also contains taurine which is great for helping to maintain a healthy heart and good vision (you know, like what carrots do for our vision). Inulin, or chicory root, is prebiotic which is to make sure his intestinal tract is running at optimal potential. You might even take some probiotics for yourself.
Chicken Senior Dog Food:
Why not stick with chicken as a senior dog? Their senior dog kibble is specially formulated to help maintain the hydration of cartilage so his bones are protected in his old age. We want our dogs to live as long as possible and be as comfortable as possible as they age right?
Have you ever tried Oven-Baked Tradition dog food? I am thinking I am going to make the switch today! I mean, I am working on my human family eating healthier right, why not my furry babies too! Comment below and let us know how your dog loves Oven-Baked Tradition.