Canines have a short, simple digestive tract and do not digest foods the same way that humans do. A diet that is low-glycemic is better for their bodies because of their inability to efficiently ferment or breakdown carbs.

An excess of carbs can contribute to: diabetes, allergies, inflammatory bowel disease, yeast growth, urinary tract infections, and weight gain.

Dogs rely on the amino acids found in animal-based proteins. They are important for stamina, endurance, and are necessary for healthy kidneys, heart, and liver function! A high protein, low-glycemic diet helps your pet live a longer, healthier life!