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Puppy dog food

The first six months are the "main growth phase". They require high quality protein and nutrients.

Junior dog food

The next 6- 12 months require a reduced protein content to help prevent any growth disorders.

Healthy adult dog food

Now fully grown, finding the right diet to match their energy requirements is key. 

Senior dog food

Now in old age, diets with a lower fat and phosphorus are needed.

Wet Versus Dry Dog Food

Whether new or old, several dog owners often find themselves comparing dry and wet dog foods as they search for a healthier diet for their dogs. However, searching for a perfect choice between the two can be quite tricky because when it comes to wet and dry dog foods, there is no ideal choice. Both options have their pros and cons. Even for dogs of the same breed, experts would provide specific nutritional advice as every dog is unique. Factors that come into play here might include the dog's health status, lifestyle, and age. In this piece, we will talk about the nutritional benefits of both dry and wet dog foods. 

 

Benefits of wet dog foods

Wet dog foods contain high water content of about 60 to 84 percent. You can find them packaged in cans , pouches or rolls. The majority of wet food are a complete diet and that is no different to our tinned food. They do cost more than dry dog foods and also have a short shelf life. Here are the benefits of wet dog foods. 

  • They help dogs in consuming more liquid. Wet dog foods help the dogs get optimal metabolism and prevent several intestinal diseases, including acute and chronic gastrointestinal diseases.
  • They tend to contain more protein and fewer carbohydrates than dry foods and can be more nutrient rich and tend to be highly digestible.
  • Dogs tend to love eating wet dog food as they are predominately meat, which has a strong smell making it more enticing. Our wet dog food contains 100% pure meat with added vitamins to make it a complete diet keeping your dog in a healthy condition.
  • A few of examples of our unique flavours are as follows: Kangaroo, Ostrich and Goat.

 

Benefits of dry dog foods

Quality dry dogfoods  comprise 3-12 percent water and 80-90 percent of protein derived from human grade animal proteins. The advantages of dry foods are as follows.

  • There is a diet for every type of dog. There is dry food for dogs prone to diseases, dogs with allergies, and for all ages.
  • They come as complete and balanced food meals, and you may not have to worry about mixing the different components in their correct ratios. Saving you time and hassle on a daily basis.
  • Due to their low moisture content, they can be stored for more extended periods when stored in appropriate containers such as our dog food bin. Wet dog food, once opened can only last a matter of days, whereas dry dog food can last for months.
  • Dry dog food can help improve dental hygiene and eliminate plaques that collect on dogs' teeth due to it being hard and crunchy. Every time your dogs has a bowl of its favourite food it’s helping to prevent a buildup of plaque.
  • You can find some of our best sellers here: Ireland, Adult Maxi & Africa.

 

Mixing wet and dry dog foods

You can mix wet and dry food for your dog, but you have to do it the right way. You need to ensure that the appropriate ratios or portions are mixed. We specify the calorie content for each diet, you can adjust the ratio you feed wet and dry food to suit your dog's needs by looking at these. Have a look at our simple guide on how to effectively manage your dog'sweight  to learn exactly how food affects your companion's nutritional intake and what is best for them.  Also, there's no need to mix both wet and dry in the same bowl or serve them simultaneously. You can start by letting your dog finish the dry food before adding the wet meal. Another option is to feed them with only dry food during the first feeding of the day and only wet food during the second feeding. Talk to your vet if you want to mix foods to avoid over-nutrition or under-nutrition. Never mix therapeutic foods with other foods without first consulting your vet.

 

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