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The dog’s diet


The dog’s diet

The dog’s diet is complex and its needs are different from the human being.

Canine food is a very vast universe where it becomes difficult to know good practices. Woopets offers you a complete guide to offer the best possible food to your dog while respecting his needs, his morphology and his characteristics.

You will also know how to deal with the various digestive and eating disorders that your dog may encounter.

14 fruits and vegetables your dog will love

  1. Pineapple
  2. Cucumber
  3. Peaches
  4. Carrots
  5. Mangoes
  6. Watermelon
  7. Bananas
  8. Raspberries
  9. Strawberries
  10. Green beans
  11. Blueberry
  12. Pumpkin
  13. Spinach
  14. Pear

Feeding a puppy

To maintain the good health of your puppy, food is the essential ingredient. Like all living beings, a dog should not be fed just any old way.

You will have to follow a few rules and watch his diet so that his growth takes place in the best conditions and that he avoids some inconvenience…

He is not immune to malnutrition or obesity problems.

Feeding an adult dog

After reaching maturity, the dog will have to shake up his eating habits and on a regular basis.

To satisfy all of its nutritional needs, the adult dog must have a proper balance in its diet.

He must offer him all the nutritional substances (proteins, fats, minerals, vitamins, carbohydrates and water)

so that he maintains an optimal physical condition.

Feeding a small dog

Not all dogs eat the same things.

The nutrients they need are certainly similar, but the amounts and feeding patterns vary depending on several factors, including size. You don’t feed a big dog the way you feed a small one. Small dogs have specific dietary needs.


Feeding a large dog

Large dogs are not only distinguished by their dimensions.

They also have specific needs, especially in terms of food.

Needs that must be met to ensure good health.

Feeding an older dog

As a general rule, a so-called senior or old dog characterizes one that enters the last third of its life expectancy.

While all breeds have their own longevity, the transition to a senior diet should begin when your dog becomes less active.

What food for your dog?

First of all, remember that the dog is an animal with a carnivorous diet.

Carnivore does not mean that it must be fed only with meat, but that animal proteins constitute the largest part of its diet. However, with its pet lifestyle that evolves in contact with humans, the dog tends to become an opportunistic omnivore taking advantage of the leftovers (meat or vegetables) of its masters.

There are several ways to feed your dog:

Industrial foods, among which we find traditional croquettes, but also pâtés or fresh sachets. Household rations, prepared by you and made up of starchy foods, meat vegetables, etc.

The mixture of the two models: industrial and homemade. Industrial rations like household rations have advantages and disadvantages, but which ones?

Advantages and disadvantages of processed foods Industrial foods are very numerous on the pet market, and it is difficult to make a choice.

The price is generally the guarantee of the quality of the croquettes or boxes. Favor “premium” quality foods that meet a certain number of requirements as to the origin of the raw materials.

Industrial foods have been developed to meet your dog’s needs exactly when he needs them; we therefore find food for growing dogs, adults, sterilized adults, seniors…

To read more on wikipedia

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