Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Avocado superfood for your pup #AvoDermNatural

This post is sponsored by Avoderm and the BlogPaws Professional Pet Blogger Network. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about Avoderm Revolving Menu but ruckustheeskie.com only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Avoderm is not responsible for the content of this article.

As dog owners, we were clearly told by our veterinarians what foods are considered safe and unsafe for our dogs. In fact, there are rotating lists on the internet emphasizing healthy snacks and "poisons". Some examples of what we were told were toxic for pets were chocolate, persimmons, and even avocados! When we first heard about a campaign to drive awareness of an revolving menu line of an avocado-based natural pet food, we were completely thrown off!

We carefully did our literature research our this new product. In regards to the safety of avocado in dogs, this is what Avoderm® clearly states on their website: http://www.avodermnatural.com/About/why_avocados.htm

Concern has been expressed by the ASPCA about the consumption of the leaves, fruit, bark, and stems from the avocado tree, with the exception of the avocado fruit which is used for the oil and meal; none of these parts are factors in any of the AvoDerm® pet products formulations and we have no indication that avocado oil and meal as used in AvoDerm® are toxic, poisonous, harmful or bad for your dogs or cats diet.

To Avocado, or not to Avocado?

Our experiences of this new product Avoderm Natural Pet Food is something worth mentioning to our trusted followers. From our research, we discovered that this product comes as grain-free, gluten-free, and USA-made with limited ingredients. It targets pets who have food sensitivities since they can vary the proteins to avoid development of allergies. They call this the "Revolving diet". It was interesting enough to catch our attention.

The avocado here is considered the nutrient-rich "superfood" with the meat protein as the first ingredient. Avocados are a nutrient booster to help pets absorb more nutrients. They are packed with antioxidants and rich in healthy fat and omegas 3 and 6 fatty acids. This is true for humans and this has carried over onto our canines.

Ruckus isn't a picky eater but we are going to pick up some of this product to give it a try and rotate it through his diet.

Thoughts? Concerns? We love to hear your perspective on this new "superfood" available for dogs in the market. If you're interested in learning more about Avoderm, or purchasing some of their foods, click this link: http://www.avodermnatural.com/Dog_Foods/RM-trout_pea.htm#buy. Ruckus loves fish, so this is the one we're going to try first.

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  1. I am so interested in this. Cocoa has had tummy issues forever and we have to be really careful about her food. We make sure what we put in our bodies is nutritional and limited ingredients and should be doing the same for our pups. I love avocado and eat it probably 4 times a week. It's a wonderful food!!

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