With such a wide range of dog foods out there it can get overwhelming which to choose. We’ve broken down the main types of dog food to help you get a better understanding of each one. We’ll go over dry dog food, wet dog food, premium diets, supermarket brands, natural and grain-free varieties.
Types of Dog Food
Dry dog food is very convenient, easy to feed and affordable. The texture of dry kibble encourages chewing, which improves their digestion and can also help to clean their teeth.
Some dogs don’t drink enough water day-to-day, so, feeding them wet food is a great option to help keep them hydrated. Wet food also tends to have less carbohydrates and more protein and fats than dry food, which can help prevent weight gain.
Premium foods as it suggests are the best diets to feed your dog. They are often recommended by vets, and offer a ‘complete and balanced’ diet, ensuring your pet gets all the nutrients and vitamins they need.
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Natural food puts a prime focus on using natural ingredients only, with very few additional additives.
If your dog has identified food allergies or digestive issues, then a grain-free option may be best for you. Grain-free foods use ingredients such as sweet potato, lentils and peas rather than grains to provide carbohydrates and generally have an increased quality of food as there are fewer fillers in them.
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