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Have you ever heard of the term AvoDerm Revolving Menu in regards to your pets diet? I honestly had not until the other day. I had always been told to keep my pets diets the same and to not change up their pet food because it could cause digestive problems. Avoderm® has changed that concept for me. Their logic makes a lot of sense to me. You might wonder why this concept makes a whole lot of sense to me. Let me explain what Avoderm® is all about.
Their concept is that if you vary the proteins that your pet eats just like you vary the proteins that you eat on a regular basis you could aid in minimizing food sensitivities that your pet may get through changing up what they have to digest on a regular basis. They pride themselves on offering premium pet foods that contain the protein as the first ingredient and are all gluten free as well as grain free. This means that they do not add potatoes or fillers to their food. Instead it is food that is healthy for your pet. Food that you would pride yourself on feeding your pet, especially if you are one of those people who treats their pet like they would treat their child.
As I do more and more research about pet food allergies I have come to wonder if Hailey, a dog that my family had for many years, may have had food allergies and we just may not have realized it. I wonder this because my parents had to regularly give her Benadryl to stop her from itching herself raw. It wasn’t just her though; My dog Kratos had similar issues that caused many problems over the years and it really makes me wonder now, but that is in the past. All I can do now is hope that I help my dogs out now and in the future by feeding them food that is healthy for them.
While I don’t like to eat avocados I do realize that they are a SuperFood that is great for people as well as animals due to all of the nutrients that they are jam-packed in. My growing child will be fed avocados when he or she is old enough for solid foods and putting that into consideration makes me believe that having avocados in my pets food would benefit them as well. I have not known many if any pet foods to contain such an ingredient, but Avoderm® does contain avocados. They did a study and found that in a six-week trial of the food will show you results with a healthier, shinier, smoother skin and coat.
I am going to wrap this up because I think I have sold you on how amazing this food is and I think you will run off and research this AvoDerm Revolving Menu that is offered for your pet. As I wrap this up I want to let you know that it is made in the USA specifically in California with California avocados and high quality proteins.
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