Paying Homage To Our Fur Babies' Ancestor...The Wolf.
Most of our fur babies spend their days playing fetch, taking walks and car rides, lounging on the couch with the family, and eating foods bought at the pet store. This is a far cry from wolves who spend their days surviving outdoors and roaming the forest for their next meal. However, they still share 98% of their DNA.
In the wild, wolves eat a diverse diet of fowl, fish and land animals. This is mostly done out of necessity, but it also gives them the nutrition they need to thrive.
One meal may be a bird which is higher in healthy fats and Vitamins B3 and B6...then the next meal could be a rabbit which is higher in protein and Vitamin B12. A diet consisting of various proteins provides them with the balanced nutrition they need.
The same principle applies to our fur babies. When they have access to different proteins with different nutritional benefits, they get a higher level of nutrition not achieved when eating the same foods day in and day out.