If you are still feeding your dog conventional pet food, it may be time to stop. Recently, reports have surfaced indicating that not only do some of the largest pet food brands contain low-quality ingredients, but that they also may contain chemical preservatives that are downright deadly, such as BHA, BHT, propyl gallate, and ethoxyquin.
Trust is key when it comes to our furry friends. We want the best for them in every possible way, and that includes at mealtime. We want to trust that we’re giving them the healthiest, most beneficial food possible. Homemade pet food is ideal, but many pet owners simply do not have the time or energy at the end of a day to make a fresh, wholesome meal for their pets over the stove. However, they can offer a hot, like-homemade Chef’s Best Pet food meal.
This dehydrated dog food is ready to serve in just minutes in three simple steps:
- Measure out one serving of Chef’s Best Pet freeze-dried pet food into a mixing bowl.
- Heat filtered water on the stove.
- Add the lukewarm water to the mix, and stir. Then, allow it to re-hydrate the kibble for up to 10 minutes. Serve, and watch your dog enjoy his almost-homemade meal. Bone appétit!
Five Ingredients That Set Best Chefs Pet food Apart
Pet food nutrition labels today look something like this: corn meal, wheat flour, poultry by-product, animal fat preserved with mixed tocopherols, corn gluten meal, bone meal, Butylated-hydroxyanisole (BHA), Blue 2, and Red 40.
The majority of dogs in America eat food that contains these icky ingredients. But your dog doesn’t have to.
Here are five ingredients in Chef’s Best Pet Food that set it apart from other brands:
- Real Meat
When you look at the ingredients in Chef’s Best Pet Food, you won’t see anything that you can’t pronounce or don’t understand. You also won’t see any cheap filler grains like corn meal or gluten. What you will see is a list of real meats, including chicken, duck, turkey, salmon, beef liver, and turkey liver. All of these foods are so natural you could put them on your own plate. Your dog will love them.
You may not realize it, but all proteins are not created equal. In fact, there are 22 different amino acids (the building blocks of protein) found in nature. And eggs provide them all. You won’t find a more complete source of protein on Earth. That’s why Chef’s Best included nature’s perfect source of protein in their freeze-dried dog food recipe.
- Pea Flour
Peas are another natural source of protein. This vegetable protein is not only tasty, but it also offers phytonutrients not found in other types of flour, like white or whole wheat.
This fine-ground meal is made from real flax seeds – one of the best vegetable sources of essential fatty acids EPA and DHA. These good-for-you fats are needed for your pets healthy heart, skin, and coat.
- Real Fruits and Vegetables
If you want to give your pet a multi-vitamin, it can get a little tricky. Sometimes they like them – sometimes they don’t. So, it’s a good thing you don’t have to! Learn more about Chef’s Best Pet Food ingredients, which contains a full range of raw foods freeze-dried at the peak of freshness that are ready to serve just by adding hot water. As nature’s best source of essential nutrients like vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, Chef’s Best recipes contain a range of fruits and vegetables, including carrots, apples, sweet potatoes, blueberries, cranberries, ginger, and even chicory root for digestive support. You won’t find that in any conventional brand.
The natural ingredients in Chef’s Best Pet Food are included to ensure your pet enjoys optimal health and a delicious meal. If you’re feeding your dog a leading brand, understand that it could be contaminated with ingredients that cause illness and disease. 2 Why take a chance? Stop wondering if you’re feeding your dog the right thing, and make the switch to Chef’s Best – a food made with 100% natural ingredients you can trust, including real meats, fruits, and vegetables.
- CPG Sec. 675.100 Diversion of Contaminated Food for Animal Use. U.S. Food & Drug Administration.