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What should I check before I choose a dry food for my dog

Commercial kibbles aka dog dry foods are very much known to almost everyone who have a dog/cat at their home, many of them also feed their pets dry foods as regular or occasional diet; in fact I do the same at my home as a pet owner. But choosing a well balanced all natural dry food is something one should consider before starting to feed our pets. I will go to the detailed information later in this article but before that I would like to talk about the necessity of a well balanced dry food. Although I have mentioned in one of my articles called "DIET" that the best food for a dog is always a raw or a well balance cooked home-made food with all natural ingredients which you are sure of what you are feeding. But there are so many reasons people want to feed their pet dry foods including me but dry foods are not the main diet for my dogs. At my home I feed my dogs dry food as breakfast in morning & as snacks around evening but certainly a well balanced dry food.

Now back to the discussion about dry foods. There are hundreds of brands of dog dry foods available in the market, few are regular and few are premium range. It is always advisable to use a premium range of dry food for your dog. Cheaper dry foods has cheapest quality ingredients and I believe they cannot provide you all natural ingredients with high quality protein sources in a cheapest price. There are many people who want to feed a good quality dry food to their pet ,they even start with a good one but later due to some financial problems they switch to the cheaper dry foods for their pets. I can understand the problem but they are probably unaware of the outcomes. In my opinion if you cannot feed a good quality premium dry food then just stick with your home made food rather than feeding a cheap quality dry food to your pet. May be you are unable to recognize the outcomes your pet gets from this dry food after eating this for a long time. I personally have an experience something like this. I don’t want to take the name of that dry food brand but after feeding a long time the pup got gastritis problems badly. After a long and intense treatment she recovered from this condition but her gut is still very sensitive to foods. Now she is being fed homemade foods as the main diet and N&D Low grain dry food from Farmina as a supporting diet. I have read a lot more than you can imagine about dry food facts & checked their reviews after that incident. I used to feed Royal Canin ( AAFCO nutrient profiles ) to my dogs after that incident and it’s a good food but later I got some more information about dry foods & I found Farmina’s grain free & low grain ( AAFCO nutrient profiles ) products are specially designed for carnivores based on raw diet formula which I highly recommend. Try to feed your dog a dry food which contains less of grain & gluten,less by-product meals,little amount of carbohydrate but not too much & known sourced high proteins. Do not just run for the number of proteins it has in that dry food rather check quality of the protein.

A well balance natural diet reflects on every part of a dog’s life like its activity, immunity, skin-coat and healthy GI tract. I would like you (pet owners) to be a little knowledgeable about dry foods that you consider feeding your dogs or other pets.

Here is some information you can use to see which dry foods are best for feeding your pets. If you still have any queries you can ask it in our "FAQ" section

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