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Choosing the Best Dog Food for an Overweight Lakeland Terrier
It's important to have an understanding about the history of Lakeland Terriers when you are trying to choose a dog food that best fits their caloric needs. The Lakeland Terrier breed came from the Welsh Terrier breed, the old English Black and Tan Terrier, which are now extinct. They worked as farmer dogs and got a great deal of exercise daily running with other hounds in packs to protect sheep flocks from stealing foxes. If they do not continue to get exercise like running in a backyard then they are more prone to becoming overweight.
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The History of Lakeland Terriers and Obesity
The Lakeland Terrier originated from the Lake District area in England in 1921. The Lake District area tends to get a lot of rain yearly. In 1921 farmers liked using Lakeland Terriers to run in packs to get away foxes from stealing their sheep. They were also used for rounding up other animals too. Lakeland Terriers are fearless and bold dogs and love to run so the farmer's liked using them to round up or protect them animals from prey. The Lakeland Terrier is an extremely smart breed. They learn very quickly but also get bored quickly too. The Lakeland Terrier needs to be outside as much as possible so that it can run preferably in a fenced in yard supervised. If left unsupervised they are known to dig tunnels under the fence to get out and chase squirrels or other small animals. The Lakeland Terrier stands between 13 1/2 to 14 1/2 inches in height. They are small to midsize dogs. They are very feisty and playful. Back in the 1920's the Lakeland Terriers would eat meat or non meat items like table scraps from their owners. They were fed whatever in order to keep them alive and active.
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Overweight/Obese Lakeland Terriers in Modern Times
Lakeland Terriers were fed meat or table scraps from their owners to keep them alive and active to work on their lands rounding up and protecting their animals from prey. The Lakeland Terriers make wonderful family dogs. Lakeland Terriers prefer to be around older children that are well behaved verses small loud children. The Lakeland Terrier would make a reliable guard dog. The Lakeland Terrier would make a great companion if you like going on long walks or jogs. They love the outdoors. The Lakeland Terriers love being around people but they do have an independent nature about them and can be hard to handle. The Lakeland Terriers didn't have to search out their food they relied on their owners to feed them table scraps in the past. The Lakeland Terriers thrive on a good high quality dog food. They only require one cup a day split into two meals and try to restrict treats as much as possible to help prevent weight gain.
The Best Dog Food for an Overweight Lakeland Terrier
Spot & Tango is a family run and family operated company. When you purchase our dog food, we like to consider you a part of our extended family. As family, we want the very best food for your Lakeland Terrier so that they can have the very best opportunity at a long, healthy, and happy life. Lots of industrial dog foods have lots of fillers and additives that are not especially useful for a Lakeland Terrier's diet. In some cases, that poor quality can contribute to a Lakeland Terrier being overweight. We use absolutely nothing but the best ingredients: human grade food comprised of pure meat, veggies, and fruits. We guarantee that none of our food contains gluten, wheat, soy, or artificial flavors.
Choose Spot & Tango for Overweight Lakeland Terrier Dog Food
Spot and Tango has made it their mission to provide dogs everywhere with a dog food that’s delicious, as well as nutritious. Commercially available dog food is often riddled with cheap filler ingredients like excess carbs in the form of potatoes and sugar that can make maintaining a healthy weight more difficult. We refuse to use these unnecessary and detrimental ingredients, opting, instead, for whole, fresh ingredients like 100% real meat, fruits, vegetables, and grains that are fit for consumption by humans. This results in a robust, protein rich diet that contains all of the essential vitamins and nutrients, such as calcium, fiber, vitamin C, and more. In order to provide each dog with the right diet, we need to determine their dietary needs with our proprietary questionnaire that will analyze various factors like the breed, age, and size of your dog in order to provide you with a meal plan suggested for your unique canine companion. Order today, and we’ll send your dog’s food right to your door in sustainable packaging. As a family of dog lovers, we know how important your dog is to you, and we want nothing more to keep your dog full and happy.