YUM is a healthy
alternative to commercial pet food. We use only human grade ingredients. No preservatives, artificial flavors and colors or flavoring
agents, genetically modified food,
bleached flower, fillers or meat byproducts. By-products and fillers
are not healthy for your pets and should not be fed to them. The reason they
are used is because they are cheap to the manufacturer, which helps to keep
the price of the food down. These can cause harmful effects on your pet’s
health over time. The old saying is true, if its not good for humans, it is
not good for your pet.
We buy all our ingredients at
the Restaurant Depot, where most restaurants buy.
use Life Extension Dog Mix in
every dish because animals have unique physiological structures, and therefore
need specific food and nutrients to keep them in optimal health.
thought to be derived from several wild species of mammals, dogs are
domesticated carnivorous animals that now enjoy a place of pride in American
homes. “Man’s best friend” is a perfect companion who can live a long
active life if properly cared for. Just like human beings, dogs need
carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, minerals, and water in a balanced diet
to stay healthy. Unfortunately, most dog foods on the market are not necessarily
the best choice. In fact there have been claims that some pet foods contain meat
that is unfit for animal consumption.
can tolerate plant-based food, but since they are essentially meat eaters, they
need a good amount of meat protein in their diets for their unique systems. Like
people, dogs (and cats) suffer from the same conditions related to the aging
process and thus may benefit from certain nutrients.
is an essential nutrient. An amino acid found in meat, it is especially
important for the heart and vascular system. Antioxidants, such as vitamins E
and C are also vital for your dog’s health, as are vitamins B1, B2, B6, B12,
biotin, folic acid, and carotenoids.
Extension Dog Mix and Life Extension Cat Mix are among the best products for
protecting your animal’s health. It contains significant amounts of high grade nutrients usually reserved for the
most expensive human supplements. It contains flavonoids, amino acids,
antioxidants, probiotics, essential fatty acids, methylation enhancers and more.
understand the importance of a balanced diet and besides best quality meats and
vitamin supplements, we also use a variety of vegetables and grains.
VEGETABLES: Vegetables added to a dog’s diet have some of the
same positive health benefits seen in humans, particularly since some of the
studies showing the benefits of vegetables were carried out on dogs. In fact one
of the world’s longest living dogs named Bramble was raised in
on a vegan diet and is currently twenty-seven years old. Bramble’s diet
consists of a healthy bowl of rice, lentils, and a bowl of organic vegetables
especially when cooked to improve digestibility, are safe for dogs to eat. The
exceptions would be onions and garlic in any form. This is because these foods
contain a chemical called thiosulphate which is known to be toxic to dogs. Dogs
given this chemical develop hemolytic anemia, a condition where red blood cells
circulating in the blood stream burst, reducing the oxygen carrying capacity of
the blood. Onions are particularly dangerous vegetables for dogs as they contain
higher quantities of this chemical.
Vegetables that are good for dogs include
green beans, cabbage, carrots, green beans, broccoli, squash, and most other
green, leafy vegetables. Not only do these vegetables add healthy antioxidants
to your dog’s diet, they also are a significant source of soluble fiber and
roughage which can promote intestinal health in your dog.
MEAT: All meats used in our food are
human grade and low fat.