We have highlighted the many benefits of rotational feeding in this article. If this is a feeding approach you wish to take with your pets, here’s a quick-start guide.
1. Find Your Recipe Rotation: Pick the recipes you’d like to include in your pet’s diet based on their needs. To get the most nutritional variety, we suggest picking recipes that vary in protein, grain and ingredients, depending on your pet’s dietary needs. A quick way to find recipes that meet your pet’s activity, age, size and dietary needs is to take our Find Your Recipe quiz and use the top-matching recipes as part of your recipe rotation plan.
2. Start Slow: Although you should be able to rotate recipes quicker in time, starting your pet off with a slow transition between each recipe at the start will help them adjust to new foods without upsetting their tummy. In time, you can reduce the amount of time you need to transition between foods, and eventually you should be able to switch recipes at every meal if you’d like to add as much variety as possible at mealtime.
Remember! Every pet is different. It’s important to make adjustments based on your pet’s needs.
3. Have fun! They say variety is the spice of life – so feel free to mix in toppers, supplements and other pet-safe human food inclusions to help your pet get exposed to a wide array of nutrients that can help boost their overall health, while also making mealtime an exciting part of their day.