“Go bananas” is slang and the origin is a bit hard to pin down. It became popular in the 50s, around the same time as “go ape” was a common expression, so there might be some association between apes, bananas and crazy behaviour…?
We believe that our furry companions need a diet rich in animal protein. Domesticated for centuries by humans, yet the canine DNA has not changed much from the times they were roaming the forests in packs. Dogs evolved from wolves in the wild, surviving primarily by hunting animals. Their digestive systems is made to utilize meat, fat, and bones. This kind of diet provides them with important amino acids, the building blocks of protein, which are essential to build, maintain, and restore the body’s health.
“The nutrient requirements of canine athletes are unique. Dogs have a greater capacity for fat oxidation than humans both at rest and during exercise. In dogs undertaking endurance exercise, such as sled dogs, high fat (>50% of energy) diets increase stamina and maximize energy production…”
– Richard C. Hill
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