This is our dog, Cuddles. If you follow me on Instagram, you probably see me post pictures of her from time to time. She is just about a year old, we adopted her from a rescue society, and they think she is part Maltese, part Poodle. She has a thick, soft coat, but if often looks dull. We do take her to the groomer about once a month for a natural shampoo and trim, and we feed her a quality premium food to keep her healthy and treat a condition she has.
I spoke with the vet today, and let her know about the AvoDerm Challenge, so she can share with other families. If you click that link, it will take you to their site where you can also sign up to participate , enter the sweepstakes to win a year’s supply of AvoDerm, and get a $5 off coupon.
We did a ton of research on various foods before we adopted Cuddles, speaking to veterinarians and other experts. They advised us on what to look for when we read the ingredient list on the pet foods available in various stores. Initially we found a food for Cuddles at a chain pet food store, but when she developed a condition, we needed to look for a food that included specific nutrients to help her naturally, in addition to some prescription chewables. We shop at a local store here in our town that sells AvoDerm, and the salespeople are incredibly knowledgeable. Although there is a national chain in my area that sells AvoDerm too, I prefer to shop at this smaller locally owned store that only sells foods that they too have researched and feel like meets their stringent requirements. For example, when we first moved here last year, I stopped in to see if they sold our previous food so I didn’t have to drive 30 minutes to the large chain store to get it. They did not, and they gave me a 30 minute lecture on why I shouldn’t use it, and sent me home with a sack full of samples of better quality foods to try.
What makes this food so great? Well, it has quality ingredients, meaning lots of premium proteins, no corn, no wheat. Antioxident Nutrients to help support a healthy immune system, and it includes avocado to help promote healthy skin & coat.
I challenge you to go look at the ingredient list on the dog food you use, and to ask your vet about it the next time you are in for a visit, to see if it’s the best choice for your pet. If you take the challenge, they GUARANTEE that in just 6 weeks, you’ll see a softer, shinier coat.
“AvoDerm® Adult Chicken Meal & Brown Rice dog food provides healthy balanced nutrition for your adult dog. High quality ingredients ensure that you are providing the optimal nutrition your pet needs.
No Corn. No Wheat. No Artificial Colors.
AvoDerm® has vitamins, minerals, and antioxidant nutrients to help protect your dog’s immune function.
AvoDerm® is formulated to be rich in high quality fats and oils with a balanced Omega-6 to Omega-3 fatty acid ratio. The right nutrients in the right proportions are indispensable to keeping your dog’s skin healthy. Sometimes shortages or excesses of specific nutrients can lead to thin, rough coats. Avocado and avocado oil can help support the skin and coat from the inside out for the protection your pet needs.
Feed AvoDerm® regularly to sustain the highest level of nutrition for your dog from the inside out. AvoDerm® Adult Chicken & Rice Canned Formula is also available.
Available in 4.4, 15 and 30 lb. bags.”
For more information, be sure to visit the AvoDerm Facebook Page, Follow AvoDerm on Twitter, or visit the AvoDerm website.
Disclosure: I was compensated for this sponsored post made possible by Mom Spark Media. Thoughts are my own.