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How To Add Years To Your Boston Terrier’s Life

July 4th, 2008 · 7 Comments

Do you know the single most important factor that directly effects how long your dog lives?

The answer is - What you feed him/her.

If you want to guarantee adding, not months…but years to your Boson Terrier’s life and virtually eliminating health problems, I hope you take a moment to read this short post.

What most of us feed our dogs is the usual commercial dog food. Pop open the can…pour the contents into a bowl…and we’re happy to have given our four legged companion a “meal”.

Except…by feeding them canned food, we’re not just providing poor quality food….but far more importantly…we’re in most cases giving dangerous food!

The fact is most commercial dog food, contain preservatives that are not just harmful but very quickly become what can only be called “fatal“.

Some of the stuff that they’re mixing in the dog food is literally horrifying!

And the “big wig” pet food companies are getting away with it by tip toeing around legal “loopholes” about what they can put on the labels (not that most of us would even understand what’s written!)

But everyday they manage to spend big dollars on cute advertising and “prey” on us owners….and knowingly steal years from our dog’s precious life.

Thankfully one man has spoken out and exposed most of the dog food companies, for the profit hungry companies they are!

Even if you decide not to get this controversial report….as my very valuable readers, I’d insist that you at least read this letter. But be prepared to be “shocked”!

Once you’ve read the report, not only will you discover in dismay…how without us even knowing, we’ve been harming our “little ones” and virtually ensuring we’re cutting their lives short….

…but, you’ll also find out exactly what you should feed them.

You will be shown how you can easily “decode” the long complicated ingredients that hide unashamedly on the food labels….and discover the very few safe commercial dog foods that you can use as PART of your Boston’s diet.

If you want to make sure you give your Boston Terrier the longest and healthiest life you can, reduce health problems and slash your vet bills, then I highly recommend you read the dog food secrets report.

I think it’s time we, as loving owners, take back control of the welfare for our little member of the family.

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7 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Trish // Jul 9, 2008 at 8:45 am

    I don’t feed my Boston commercial dog food. He gets Innova EVO dry mixed with Before (B.G) Grain; 100% meat. For variety I’m also trying Blue organics (canned food) mixed in with the Innova EVO. I don’t go anywhere near commercial dog or cat food.

  • 2 iwona // Jul 10, 2008 at 7:01 pm

    My boston [ Kukie] eats litlle comercial food [MAX}sth ? my husband like to feed in the morning...about 3/4 cup...?But[soupy] dinner every day is cooked by me. It not that hard . Select a small pot with H20 then put in some meat / chicker/ fish + 1/3 cup vegi [no potatoes .no onion or beens ] add cup of rise No salt or pepper.ofcorse.Gablets i give somethimes too.sepatate bones out.
    30min and dinner is ready [ for 3 days.]Ones a week row egg for better looking skin.iknow never fryed or sweet tipe of food.
    good luck , iwona

  • 3 Kim Henderson // Jul 16, 2008 at 12:59 pm

    Our boston’s have always had groud hamberger, chicken or turkey and rice….sometimes they eat better than we do!!

  • 4 Julie // Jul 18, 2008 at 11:59 am

    My little Boston has tons of allergies. I have really researched this topic a lot. What I have gathered is dogs are carnivores and don’t need carbs. My dog get raw chicken, turkey, pork, or wild game (when I can find it) She is allergic to beef so it’s out. This diet has given her more energy and her skin is much better.

  • 5 Margaret Brice // Jul 23, 2008 at 9:41 pm

    We used to feed commercial food on one of our BT and the other two just commercial foods.
    Since our first BT (RobRoy), had three days he did not want to eat, they did all the exams possible to despite vault deceases, pancreas exams, very high. So we decide after reading this books and recommendations, feeding soups with veggies (sweet potatoes, carrots, challote, rice chicken or veal or stew meat.
    I can tell you, the results have been really incredible for the 3 BT.
    What I do not know what potato is not good for them?

  • 6 The BEST FOOD FOR A BOSTON TERRIER! // Sep 9, 2009 at 4:42 am

    Try giving your adorable pooch a nice big bowl of broken glass shards, mixed with gasoline, and covered with brown sugar. But make sure you give him no food or water first for about 3 days. Then present this banquet to him, and threaten him with a gun if he doesn’t eat. You should get no more complaints from your little love bug anymore!

  • 7 Laura // Jul 18, 2010 at 1:59 pm

    I am with you, Trish. We feed the same way. Sometimes I add a little Stella and Chewy’s freeze dried duck to the mix.

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