Each animal has its one individual life. Some like to move a lot and eat little, others are lazy and eat more. Some even have limited space to move and can’t occupy themselves adequately.
That’s why the food must be adapted to each animal according to its living conditions. Only after these conditions have been optimized at best the animal will be able to live naturally. The emotional environment must also be balanced. This way stress, anxiety and illness can be prevented.
If the animal suffers of a disease like renal calculus or inflammatory bowel disease for instance, an appropriate diet must be recommended in order to overcome it.