When you switch dog food, it’s important to do so carefully. Here are four tips on how to healthily switch out your dog’s food.
This guide has the details you need to make an informed purchase of human-grade dog food, including recommendations on three brands to try.
A complete and balanced wet dog food with no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives, that you can serve alone or as a topper for kibble. The simple ingredients are great for dogs with sensitive stomachs. However, the grain-free formula can cause problems in some dogs, so it’s best mixed with a kibble with grain.
We love this dehydrated formula that’s easy to turn into a wet food by adding water. It’s organic, complete and balanced and contains heart-healthy whole grains. It’s suitable as the sole food you give your dog, or as a topper to save money. Not all dogs like the consistency, but you can adjust it by adding more or less water.
This dehydrated dog food consists primarily of chicken, veggies and fruit, and is made with cage-free chicken raised in North Carolina with no antibiotics. It’s affordably priced compared to some high-end offerings, but some buyers thought it wasn’t chunky enough.
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