I know this isn’t the usual thing I post here but thank you ValueMeal for giving my dog Maximillian his big break! lol. Dogs’ lifestyle here in the Philippines is not as active as that of its Western counterparts where their owners take them jogging and religiously do physical activities with them. Only on rare occasions do Pinoy dog owners engage their pets in activities. And with this, protein intake of the dogs must be looked at as excessive protein can cause kidney problems. My dog isn’t a big fan of dog food but this is the first time he’s actually eaten em! It must be the lamb!
Went jogging in UP today and brought my dog with me (I try my best to do this once a week). But since most dogs here in the country do not get enough exercise, their protein consumption must be under the bracket of the maintenance dog. Hence, ValueMeal is a perfect dog food choice as it contains 21% protein.
ValueMeal’s main ingredient is pure lamb and beef. As lamb is not as common as chicken, it is less likely to cause allergies. Moreover, ValueMeal contains whole grains, aiding for better digestion; and omega-6 that helps produce shiny coat.
After feeding your pet ValueMeal, they will produce firm stool that does not smell that bad. This benefit is attributed to the right level of protein – as excessive protein and other undigested food nutrients cause smelly feces; and the fiber from whole grains. However, ValueMeal is only available at professional channels (vets, pet shops & select agri-pet supplies) because in professional channels, the stores can explain to you the benefit of the product!41 notes blog comments powered by Disqus