Health Clearances & Nutrition
In order to produce the healthiest puppies possible, we adhere to the highest breeding standards. We do not breed dogs with health problems, which is why we conduct additional genetic testing and regular health clearances. Breeding dogs have been examined by veterinarians, cardiologists, and ophthalmologists and cleared of any health concerns.
The hips of all Regalgolden breeding dogs have also been tested for hip dysplasia by OVC (Ontario Veterinary College), OFA (Orthopedic Foundation for Animals), BVA (British Veterinarian Association), Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI) or PennHip (University of Pennsylvania). A dog cannot be diagnosed with hip dysplasia just by looking at him, so these tests are crucial. Several factors contribute to hip dysplasia in large dogs, including genetics and the environment. Additionally, nutrition and supplements play a crucial role in preventing this disease.
Responsible breeders will not breed dogs without health clearances. When selecting a breeder, inquire about the pedigree of the dam and sire. It is critical to trace the pedigree back many generations.
All puppies and dogs receive a fresh, "unprocessed" diet with the supplements shown. Our residents and guardian dogs have eaten real food for the past 12 years. We have seen an improvement in our pups' hip, heart, and eye health clearances during this time as well as a decrease in vet visits. In addition, their coats are shiny, their teeth are sparkling, and their stools are odorless.
Healthy skin and coat & no more doggie odour
No more ear infections or hotspots
Firm "no odor" stools
Up to 50% less to poop and scoop
Allergies and food sensitivities are eliminated
Clean teeth and fresh breath
Reduced drooling and less water intake
Nutritional supplements are given to pregnant and nursing dogs so that their puppies can receive them in the womb. The development of puppies begins with good nutrition. Regalgoldens pets should always be fed a fresh raw diet, along with supplements that support their joints, hearts, eyes, and immune systems.
Table scraps and junk food should not be fed to your dog. The food has no nutritional value for your pet and may eventually cause more problems like excess weight, heart problems, hip and joint problems, etc. A pair of informative educational videos on the benefits of a fresh raw diet "Unprocessed Diet". "Dogs Naturally" article on feeding raw.
There are so many benefits of feeding a raw diet such as: