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Once you have selected a quality dog food, that’s all you need to feed, right? Despite what many dog food companies tell you, the answer is NO!
Dogs weren’t intended to get all of their nutrients from a single food. Just like all mammals, dogs are meant to thrive on a range of different foods obtaining the unique nutritional benefits from each. They are not intended to eat "only chicken" or "only lamb" or any other food item for most of their life. Changing a pets food provides the nutritional variety they need in order to thrive.
In addition to providing nutritional variety, rotating your pets food provides additional benefits:
Rotating your dog's food can also help to avoid the development of allergies. In some extreme cases, just like a person, a dog can instantly be allergic to something; but in most cases allergies build up over time. Why can a dog eat a chicken recipe for years and then all of a sudden develop a chicken allergy? The same is true of many people and their allergies to glutens. The answer is often quite simple; eating the same food day in and day out for an extended period of time often leads to improper nutrition and an intolerance to the ingredients that are causing this imbalance. It is no coincidence that the most common allergies in dogs are the most common ingredients found in pet food.
Can you imagine eating the same food, day in and day out, for years? Providing your pet with a variety of recipes helps keep them interested in their daily meals instead of adding unhealthy additives or treats to get them to eat.