Redbarn, a pet products supply company, wants you to know about the advantages of choosing wet food for your pet. This article touches upon the advantages of wet and moist food, the disadvantages you might not have considered, and how to best switch your pet from dry food to wet food. It also includes a link to a cheat sheet that will help you make the best decision when choosing a food for your four-footed friend.
Dog owners often don’t know what makes a good or not-so-good dog food. The AKC has put together a resource filled with tips on finding the best food for your canine pal. You’ll learn about dog nutrition, myths and misconceptions, how to read a food label, and some of the differences between foods that are formulated for small dogs, large dogs, puppies, and dogs with special dietary needs.
Just as there are many myths and old wives’ tales about food meant for humans, there are also lots of misconceptions when it comes to food for dogs. This article by Diamond Pet, a company that makes pet food, talks about some of those myths that come up again and again. If you aren’t sure about the nutritional completeness of homemade dog food or you don’t know how to choose the best food for your dog’s teeth, this article sets the record straight.
What was your dog born to eat? Your Purebred Puppy talks about this, and more, in this article about choosing the best food for your dog. They bring up the argument that dogs have not evolved to eat kibble and discuss alternatives to purchasing a commercial dry food. The article quotes veterinarians and points readers toward a resource that is full of information on how to prepare healthy meals for your dog.