How to Choose Healthy Dog Food

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If you have got yourself your first puppy or dog as a new and welcome companion, then any good owner will want to do what is best for them, from the best toys, dog beds and spaces, and of course, food!

If you are wondering what the best food for your dog will be, you have come to the right place.

This piece will discuss some of the different food options you can get for your dog and what might be the best choice for you and your new best friend.

Choose Based on Your Dogs Age 

Much like human babies, dogs have different requirements for different ages. Choosing food based on your dog’s age is the first step to getting it right. Puppies need lots of protein to help their muscles grow strong, and they also need a wide variety of nutrients to support their body.

As your puppy becomes a teenage to an adult dog, you can start introducing different things into their diet to see what they like. Just make sure to avoid any dangerous foods for dogs such as chocolate, sweets, garlic and onions, spices, and nuts, to name a few! If you are not sure, do not give it to them! And always check first.

If you have a senior dog, you might want to opt for a food mix that offers them the nutrients they need, especially if they have special dietary requirements. 

Choose a Reputable Brand 

You do not want to buy your dog food from just anywhere. You want to be sure of the quality. To do this, make sure you purchase from a reputable, well-known brand that is transparent about what goes into their food.

Even better if they have a variety to choose from, such as dry food, wet food, gently cooked, or dried freeze foods like Open Farm. Get yourself an Open Farm Pet Coupon Code to try them out!

Consider Your Dogs Energy and Activity Levels 

Your dog’s age, breed, and activity levels will determine what kind of food is best for them. If you have a breed that is well known to expend a lot of energy, such as a Husky, German Shepard, or a Border Collie, you will want to make sure you are giving them a diet that can keep up with their energetic lifestyle.

If you have a smaller breed of dog that does not need as much exercise, such as a Pug or a Daschund, you will find that their portion sizes should be smaller, and they might have different nutritional requirements. If you are not sure, always check with a vet, and make sure to have regular weight checks, so you know your dog is healthy.  

Understand Your Dogs Needs

Just because you have a specific breed, it does not mean that all dogs need the same thing. You might find that you have a pup that needs specialist dietary requirements or some intolerances, which will need to be managed. Always seek professional guidance if you are not sure. 

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