Dogs - Treats & Toys Fri, 26 Jul 2013 15:58:00 GMT Natural Grain-Free Treats, Too! Fri, 26 Jul 2013 15:58:00 GMT <p> I really like feeding a grain-free pet food.  They usually lack the inflammatory carbohydrates such as corn, wheat, white rice, rye, sugar, and hopefully will also lack the following oils - corn, soy, safflower, sunflower, canola, and peanut oil. These oils are high in omega-6 fatty acids which also contribute to the inflammatory cycle.</p> <p> If you feed a grain-free food, also use a grain-free treat.  Doing everything you can to provide a balanced diet will have a major impact on your pet's overall health and performance for years to come.  There are excellent food and treat choices to choose from in the Treat, Chew, and Food section.  Your pet will enjoy the large variety offered. Variety keeps the taste buds guessing, adds more nutrient sources, and yes, some fun for the pets.</p> Blog:cd8737f1-c86f-4826-a95c-30999f798fbbPost:2274081d-3bc3-4d9e-97ba-cd68010e27cf