Increase Pet Food Nutrition Naturally With Sprouts

May 19, 2009 by  
Filed under Pet Food Nutrition

All Pets Love Greens!

All Pets Love Greens!

Let’s face it, there is a lot of garbage in pet food. It’s hard to get great pet food nutrition nowadays. This is why it’s essential that you fortify your best friend’s pet food nutrition with a green superfood. We recommend sprouts of course, but you can also add any powdered greens such as spirulina, wheatgrass, chlorella, blue green algae, barley grass etc. Any grass supplement is usually pretty reasonable priced, although it can be pricey as it has to be grown and then dried for you.

Not to worry though, you can easily grow sprouts as a cheap way to increase pet food nutrition. Sprouts provide lots of protein, amino acids, vitamins, minerals and chlorophyll for them. When you give greens to your pet on a consistent basis, you will find that they look healthier and are healthier. Your pet will be less prone to health problems.

Almost any pet will eat sprouts – try it out on your dogs, cats, birds, turtles, reptiles, goats, cows, horses, sheep, rabbits, etc. If your dog loves to eat grass, your dog will most likely eat sprouts. Does your cat munch on houseplants? Then this is a sure sign that your cat will eat sprouts.

You can also blend, or puree the sprouts and then mix them into their regular dog and cat food or feed it to them with a treat. Make sure you give your pets the sprouts raw though and don’t cook it.

Try it out today. You may have discovered the newest, cheapest and healthiest dog treat yet. Pet food nutrition just isn’t complete without greens.