Breed Specific Diets are a Good Idea

Breed Specific Diets are a Good Idea

Nutritionist Dr. Jill Cline of Royal Canin says that while a dog is a dog is a dog, there are individual breed differences obviously. A Beagle just doesn't look or act like your average Labrador Retriever. So, if you can feed a breed special diet, why not?

Cline is a favorite guest on Steve Dale's Pet Worldmy national radio show, listen HERE. 

A breed specific diet support's a breed's general physical characteristics and what that breed was bred to do. While Labs may rarely these days swim in the North Atlantic, they still do scarf down their food, nearly inhaling it - and that's not at all healthy. So, the breed diet for Labs slows down their eating, as one example.

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