Where do you start? That is the worried thought of every new owner as they bring their puppy home. Dog food can be a very personal choice for new and experienced owners. It will feel like you are drinking from a fire hose as you learn about whole food raw diets, kibble and wet food.
Veterinarians and nutritional experts will offer their expertise. Breeders in good standing and who have been breeding for a long time will have accumulated a wealth of experience from the many dogs they have owned and raised.
It was my pork chop. But that’s ok. I ate his dog food.– Bam Bam Bigalow
Save Your Good Dog from Bad Dog Food
Puppies have different nutrition requirements from Adults and Seniors.
Did you know that your dog’s food can also be used therapeutically to treat diseases and support your dogs’s health and immune system?
Watch Dr. Karen Becker’s short video as she presents the basics on how to choose a dog food. We also recommend subscribing to The Dog Food Advisor for helpful information on quality products and food recalls
Some human foods are poisonous as well. Don’t feed the following to your pup and get them to the vet if they do!
- Alcoholic beverages
- Bones (cooked)
- Fatty trimmings
- Fruit pits
- Macadamia Nuts