Dog Feeding

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Feeding
Dog

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Many of us like to give the leftovers of our meal to our dog because we see him watching us while we eat and he seems eating that food with his eyes.
Proper dog nutrition experts say these concessions should never exceed 10% of your dog's daily calories.
Our foods are designed for us and not for them, they often contain unsuitable fats, salt, sugars, which don’t provide the dog with any essential nutrients but can cause them to become overweight and even cause serious health problems, such as diabetes or heart disease.
In the event that your dog has specific dietary needs, you can contact our experts or your trusted veterinarian to understand which is the most suitable diet.

When you buy food for your dog keep in mind that he needs a balanced diet to stay healthy. Whenever you buy croquettes, it is good and right to always read the label to make sure that the product purchased is the most suitable and has the right nutrient support.
Both dry and wet food can be great foods for your dog, but some experts prefer to recommend dry food because it can help maintaining healthier teeth and gums.

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When your dog eats nutritious and balanced food, he doesn’t need to take supplements
vitamins or minerals. In fact, giving your dog supplements without a veterinary prescription can be dangerous to its health.

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Water

Drinking is very important for a dog, a drop of water in his body of only 10% could even cause his death. Water is so an essential element for him as it is for us and constitutes more than half of an adult dog’s body weight.
In conclusion, never forget to provide your four-legged friend with a bowl of fresh and clean water.

To ensure that there is proper digestion and also make the stomach lighter, it is highly recommended to divide meals into two phases of the day, possibly the most distant. This procedure is right for all dog breeds, but especially large ones for the reasons explained above. 
A very practical thing to apply to obtain this division is to have your dog eat with you, at lunch and dinner. Many of us like to give the leftovers of our meal to our dog because we see him watching us while we eat and he seems eating that food with his eyes.
Proper dog nutrition experts say these concessions should never exceed 10% of your dog's daily calories. Our foods are designed for us and not for them, they often contain unsuitable fats, salt, sugars, which don’t provide the dog with any essential nutrients but can cause them to become overweight and even cause serious health problems, such as diabetes or heart disease.
In the event that your dog has specific dietary needs, you can contact our experts or your trusted veterinarian to understand which is the most suitable diet.

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