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There's nothing in the world like having a puppy in your household.
Their high-pitched barks can either tug at your heart or you can't
wait until your dog grows into a deeper voice. We love their innocence
and they can open our hearts by their cute antics.

Unlike an adult dog, a puppy cannot eat table scraps and they should
not consume any human food during the first year. Not only are their
teeth not strong enough, but their stomach cannot digest food the same
as an older dog. Puppies also need vitamins and fats that may not be
found in adult dog food. Though some commercially manufactured puppy
food makers claim their product has the nutrients necessary for
optimum health, often this is not the case.

Puppies need a diet that is strong in natural food and ingredients
that are not over-processed. Manufactured puppy food has also been
known to contain pesticides, preservatives, low grade meats and
proteins and in recent years, have been subject to recall. There was a
lot in the news over the past years about pet foods being recalled.

If you're thinking about whether an organic diet is best for your
puppy, it has been proven that manufactured puppy food may contain
additives, genetically modified materials and lacks antioxidants.
Antioxidants are important in fighting against free radicals, which
are caused by pollutants and can be found in certain forms of cancer,
cataracts as well as heart and lung disorders.

Antioxidants can be found in most vegetables and fruit. Good sources
of antioxidants are dark, green leafy vegetables such as kale greens
and spinach. Also, orange-colored produce like bell peppers, yams and
potatoes are also good sources of nutrients.

Talk to a veterinarian about choices in a puppy's diet and they can
recommend and what are natural foods to keep your puppy healthy and
promote growth.

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