The principles Of Dog Food Education - Yoolma

The principles Of Dog Food Education


The pet food industry (food for pets) design food that meets the dog’s needs so that he can live in top shape longer. It is starting from the specific needs of each dog that nutritionists and veterinarians have put to the development of adapted products.

 These foods take into account the age, activity, and race of the child the animal but also its physiological state. Nowadays, to choose the right product that corresponds best to the physiological needs of your pet, you can ask for advice from your veterinarian. The more you are concerned about the well-being of your animal, the more demanding you have to be on the quality of its food.

Dogs are very sensitive to smells. It is why these foods are said to be very palatable, which means that in their composition, components are involved that will attract it especially and encourage him to eat.

Whether you choose to feed him or her with cans of so-called “wet” food or croquettes “On average, an adult dog will eat once or twice a day. Serve him his rations at a fixed time without any small extras during the day. Cakes, sweets, and leftovers of meals, of which he is certainly very fond, are not at all recommended for his health. They will not only contribute to weight gain.

Your dog must always have a bowl of fresh, clean water, left in self-service. This is even more important when you feed your dog with kibble. Respect a certain regularity in the distribution of your dog’s meals (always after your own meal). If you wish to change food, allow for a period of time in which to the transition of one week, so that your dog will have time to adapt.

Mix gradually the old food to the new so that your dog gets used to it without disturbing its transit. A power supply that precisely matches your dog’s needs will ensure that he will have good health. It will be easy for you to see the adaptation of the chosen power supply.

Look at your dog. His appetite is constant, the quality of his feces perfect. You weigh it regularly and its weight does not vary. Her skin is flawless and her hair shines.

 Finally, it is cheerful, lively, in great shape. Do not change anything: his diet corresponds perfectly to his daily needs. A regular and moderate physical activity and periodic visits to the veterinarian also contribute to its balance.

The Different Type Of Ranges

Wet feed

It is unquestionably cheaper to feeding your puppy industrial food than a household ration. In fact, manufacturers are constantly innovating and broadening their ranges with mouth-watering flavors and a multitude of varieties Serve food at room temperature. Never leave food in the bowl of your dog if he doesn’t finish it. Once the box is opened, keep it in the freezer refrigerator.

Dry food

Dry food is a diet complete and balanced, not requiring special preparation. Their conservation is easy before and after opening. The flakes are intended to be mixed with meat to get a soup. The croquettes are served as is in the daily ration.

An industrial food very diversified

diversified  “Standard” foods are foods that meet the average needs of each dog, regardless of size. Some are available depending on age. Their appetence is satisfactory. and their relatively good digestibility. The second category of foods called also “premium”, groups together food nutritional products that cover the high-end nutritional specific needs of each dog.

 These needs are evaluated according to their size and weight, age, and activity. Very high digestibility (between 85 and 87%), these complete foods are also very important for the palatable. They are manufactured using materials carefully selected first ones, of optimal quality, according to processes of manufacturing at the cutting edge of technology.

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