Purina Moist & Meaty Burger with Cheddar Cheese Flavor Adult Dry Dog Food


  • One (1) 216-Ounce Box Of Purina Moist & Meaty Burger With Cheddar Cheese Flavor Dog Food


  • 100% Complete & Balanced Nutrition For Adult Dogs


  • Serve Up The Smiles With Tender, Meaty Pieces Made With Real Meat


  • Enjoy Convenience And No Mess With Individual Stay Fresh Pouches In Every Box


  • Can Be Used As A Meal, Snack Or A Topper

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Purina Moist & Meaty Burger with Cheddar Cheese Flavor Adult Dry Dog Food


  • One (1) 216-Ounce Box Of Purina Moist & Meaty Burger With Cheddar Cheese Flavor Dog Food


  • 100% Complete & Balanced Nutrition For Adult Dogs


  • Serve Up The Smiles With Tender, Meaty Pieces Made With Real Meat


  • Enjoy Convenience And No Mess With Individual Stay Fresh Pouches In Every Box


  • Can Be Used As A Meal, Snack Or A Topper






HOW TO CHOOSE DOG FOOD?

1.Feed selection by dog age

By age, dog food is divided into 4 main groups:

  1. Starter puppy food – designed for the smallest puppies who have stopped feeding on their mother’s milk.
  2. Food for puppies of the first year of life – “Junior”
  3. Dog food from 1 to 8 years old (adults) – “Adult”
  4. Dog food for older dogs (aging, for those over 8 years old) – Senior

Such a separation by the age of the animal is necessary due to the fact that the digestive system (with different intensities) develops differently at each age. That is why it is important to comply with age criteria when choosing food.

Each age group has a different food composition, for example, for puppies, fats and glucose should prevail in the composition (which makes the composition similar to breast milk). But older pets should receive food with a high content of protein, fiber and carbohydrates.

2.Dog lifestyle choices

  • All dog foods are divided into three main categories depending on the activity of your pet.
  • “Active” or “Energy” – suitable for active dogs – hunting, sports, business, which are energetic throughout the day, they need additional sources of nutrients and energy.
  • “Normal” or “Standart” – for pets who lead a moderately active lifestyle. Suitable for dogs often walking, active, young. This food contains the best combination and amount of nutrients.
  • “Senior” – is mainly purchased for aging dogs, as well as for those dogs that lead a sedentary lifestyle.

Always focus on the activity of your pet, each dog has its own needs for proteins, fats and carbohydrates.

3.Feed selection by type

There are three types of food, depending on the specific needs of the animal:

  • Medical food – produced specifically for dogs with certain health deviations. The food is prescribed by the veterinarian, it must be consumed strictly according to the instructions. Medical food for dogs can only be purchased from premium manufacturers.
  • Specialized food – created to prevent and eliminate pet health problems (obesity, digestive and urinary system disorders, as well as for sterilized animals)
  • Daily food – for healthy dogs, this food is great for a daily diet.

Important! Closely monitor the daily feed rate, do not overfeed your pet, its health and longevity depend on it.

HOW TO FEED A DOG BY DAY OF THE WEEK?

Should each dog portion of food contain ALL vital substances and be the standard of balance? – Our answer: of course not. A ration should be balanced, and not each serving individually.

The diet of dogs is a schedule of eating various natural products for a week. Basically, the variable is the component of the protein of animal origin, and the sour-milk and vegetable components remain unchanged.

Morning feeding should be made sour milk – this is 1% kefir and low-fat cottage cheese.

Lunch is possible, but this is not a complete feeding. Choose beef ear, labrum, trachea, cartilage, spinal or sugar bone for your pet in our store. Or offer your dog a whole carrot, apple, or brown bread croutons. But in the evening feeding, it is necessary to include meat and vegetable components.

The schedule for the meat component may look like this:

  • Mon – tripe ( beef or mutton )
  • Tue – sublingual section ( trimmings , pike meat , beef or mutton cheeks )
    cf – beef or mutton kidneys
  • Th – ocean fish ( pollock , cod )
  • Fri – beef or mutton heart
  • Sat – tripe + liver ( beef or lamb)
  • Sun – beef (or lamb)

Such a variety of meat products will allow the dog’s body to choose the necessary substances to maintain a healthy tone. All these products are easy to buy in our store. For some, we arrange regular promotions.

Dog food types

There are many types of dog food, and there are various ways to divide them according to age and purpose. Here, we introduce each feature classified by shape.

Dry food

This is the most popular form of dog food. Animal and vegetable foods are blended in a well-balanced, hardened and dried form. The feature is that it can be stored for a long period of time and does not require much effort when giving.

Wet food

This is a dog food that contains a lot of water and is sold in cans and pouches. Many dogs prefer, but it is ideal to use dry food and wet food depending on your dog’s condition.

Semi-dry food / semi-moist food

This dog food is located between the crisp dry food and the soft wet food.

How to choose dog food by physiqueFirst, choose dog food according to your dog’s physique. There is no definition of size, but the point is to choose according to the weight and size of your dog.

Large dog
Large dogs such as the Golden Retriever and Siberian Husky are surprisingly delicate. Due to the sensitivity of the digestive system, you need to choose a dog food that does not strain your stomach.

Medium dog
Medium-sized dogs such as Shiba Inu and Corgi are active and energetic, so please choose dog food that contains high protein and a good balance of lipids.

Small dog
For small dogs such as maltese and dachshunds, it is desirable to use dog food that has a small food shape or is fine and easy to eat.

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