Warming Foods & Pumpkin Spice Lattes
Break out your leggings and UGG boots because fall has officially fell and pumpkin spice is in the air.Today, we're going to talk about the benefit of adding warming foods into your pet's diet.
Hey there, I’m Kelsey, one of Bentley’s many pet experts. Break out your leggings and UGG boots because fall has officially fell and pumpkin spice is in the air. With the temperatures dropping, it’s time to start thinking about introducing new foods into your furry family member’s diet to keep them happy and healthy through these chilly months. Today, we’re going to talk about the benefit of adding warming foods into your pet’s diet.
Warming foods are foods built around ingredients such as pheasant, trout, or venison. These foods not only keep your pet’s tummy happy and healthy, but also increase circulation in your furry friends, which helps keep them warm throughout these cold months.
One way to transition your dog or cat to warming foods is by making your furry family member a pumpkin spice latte. To make the pumpkin spice latte, simply mix Fruitables canned pumpkin and Primal’s raw goat milk. It’s a great treat any time of day, and it’s a great way to keep your pet warmer this time of year.
After you’ve eased your furry family member’s stomach into warming foods with the pumpkin latte, slowly begin adding warming proteins into their daily routine. This will ensure that your pet is kept warm throughout these months, while also continuing to make sure that there are no nutritional gaps in your pet’s diet.
For more info on how to rotate warming foods into your pet’s diet, refer to our Mixology guide, right here. Thanks for tuning in with us today. Be sure to check out our other videos, and don’t forget, at Bentley’s, we care about your pets as much as you do.
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