New Puppies – The Importance of Switching Foods Properly
How Often to Feed a Poodle
How Much to Feed a Poodle
What to Feed Your Poodle
What to Feed Your Poodle if Home Cooking
- Organs – Dogs love organs and these are extremely healthy. Liver, kidney and brain fit into this group.
- Lean meats- White chicken breast, turkey, fish and lean hamburg offer great protein and are wholesome, real foods that Poodles love
- Vegetables – Meals can include baby carrots (raw carrots are good for their teeth and steamed or boiled carrots are perfects for meals), spinach, string beans, peas and zucchini. It is recommended to not use corn kernels
- Starch/grains– There are some dogs that have a sensitivity to this ,though many do not. In either case, good choices would be regular and/or sweet potato, quinoa, barley, and pasta.
- Fruits – Packed with vitamins and antioxidant qualities, dogs do need some fruit added to meals such as raspberries, blueberries, banana and melon
- Extras – Eggs including the shell if ground into a fine sand, whole white yogurt and cottage cheese are some foods that can be added in small amounts to round out home cooked meals.
In other cases, a Poodle may decide that a particular food no longer holds his interest. It can help to change the main protein, switching from fish to chicken or vice-versa.