This post was sponsored by Supreme Source® as part of an Ambassador Program for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
I told you I’d check in with you after completing the 10-day detox with Supreme Source®. I’m here today to spill the beans on how things went for my pups and me during this detox challenge. If you’re just tuning in, you’re in luck and you haven’t missed out. It’s not too late to participate! You can find out more by stopping by my previous post.
Some of you have asked, “What is the 10-day detox?” It’s a chance for you to improve your pet’s body, mind and soul in just ten days. Not only is it a chance to switch your pet’s food to Supreme Source, a premium grain-free food with no artificial colors or flavors that’s packed with a healthy blend of veggies and fruits, but it’s also a chance for you to bond with your pet.
With spring on the horizon, now is the perfect time to participate in the 10-day detox with Supreme Source. While you’re making the switch to a more nutritious food loaded with healthy enzymes and prebiotics to rejuvenate your four-legged friend, it’s time for you to rejuvenate your relationship with your pet, too. It’s time to get active and have some fun!
Making the switch to Supreme Source pet food was an easy process for my pets and me. I purchased my bag of dog food at my local Food Lion store. You can purchase Supreme Source at other retailers including Food Lion, Albertsons, Safeway, Ahold, Stop & Shop, Giant Eagle, Hannaford, DeMoulas, K-Va-T, Smiths and Frys.
I started out by switching out 25% of their current food with Supreme Source’s Salmon Meal and Sweet Potato Recipe dog food. Over the 10-day detox, I gradually increased the new food and decreased their former food until they were eating 100% Supreme Source pet food. I also made sure I fed them consistently at the same time each night and kept an eye on their stools to make sure they were eliminating waste regularly and adjusting to the new food well.
I’m happy to report that Cosmo and Lanie had an easy transition making the superfood switch to Supreme Source Dog Food! They enjoy eating their new food and have been energetic and ready to tackle the fun activities we enjoyed during the detox. Their energy level has increased and they’ve appeared super happy during our outings together. In fact, Cosmo has worn me out chasing me around the sofa, one of his favorite pastimes. 🙂
Like I said before, the detox isn’t just about making the switch to a more nutritious food for your pet, but it’s also about spending some quality time with your pet while they make the transition. During the 10-day detox, I made sure to spend extra time with my pets doing some of the fun activities they love to do. Since the weather was nice, we were able to make trips to the local dog park and go on a couple of bike rides together. These fur babies love to ride!!!
I believe the 10-day detox was a positive experience for both my pets and me. Since their health is very important to me, I feel confident knowing I made a switch that is a healthier choice for my dogs. Switching to a grain-free superfood that could help eliminate the allergies my fur babies suffer from is a choice I (and my pets) am happy to live with!
What about you? Do you take your pet’s health into consideration when purchasing food and treats? If you haven’t already, NOW is the perfect time to sign up and start your pet’s 10-day detox. Visit the #SuperFoodSwitch and sign up for the detox to participate as we transition into springtime. Once you sign up for the Supreme Source detox, you’ll receive a coupon and will receive daily emails providing tips and encouragement during the 10-day detox process. You’ll have the support you need and you and your pet will be on a journey to a healthier life this spring. Be sure to sign up today!
Disclaimer: While this is a “Pet Detox” Promotion, products and information provided by American Pet Nutrition are not intended to substitute for medical advice or treatment. It is always recommended that you consult your veterinarian or a qualified medical professional for your pets. The information and products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or medical problems.