Dog Nutrition 101
In this informative seminar presented by a certified pet nutritionist, you’ll learn about how to read a dog food label, what ingredients to look for (both good and bad!), how to calculate how much food your dog really needs, and what to do if you think your dog needs a new food. We’ll talk about the pros and cons of boutique diets, and benefits of different types of diets. This humans-only seminar will have lots of time for suggestions, and is presented by the knowledgeable Samantha Henson, founder of Next Generation Pet Wellness
Nutrition 101 discusses topics such as:
- Ingredients you don’t want to find in your pet’s food
- Great ingredients to look for in pet food
- How to read the ingredient panels
- How to calculate how much food your pet actually needs
- How to tell if your pet needs a different food
- The benefits of feeding a higher quality food
And a few more topics as well if we have time.
What does high quality food mean? What about raw diets, grain free, or even food allergies? In this seminar we’ll dig into the science of canine nutrition. You’ll learn how to read dog food labels and understand what your dog really needs to be happy and healthy. We’ll cover what you need to know to choose a dog food and whether homemade diets are a good choice. Along the way we’ll debunk some dietary myths, and make sure you’re an informed consumer of your dogs diet.
Samantha Henson (https://www.nextgenerationpetwellness.com/) is a Clinical pet Nutritionist with a focus on holistic pet care in Michigan. As the owner of Next Generation Pet Wellness and spends her days helping her patients with a variety of issues including allergies, sensitivities, weight issues, cancer prevention, senior issues, and much more. She loves teaching pet parents about all the ways they can help their pets live long, healthy lives.
Date: August 18th, 2019
Time: 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Location: FIDO Dog Training23440 Woodward Ave, Ferndale, MI 48220
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