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Top three types of dog food
If there is one thing that a dedicated pet owner worries about, it's making sure that their dog is well fed.
These days there are as many types of dog food as there are types of dog, which to the budding pet owner can make things just a little confusing.
To clear things up we’ve thrown together a list of some our most consistently popular dog foods that are reputed for their great taste and outstanding nutritional value. So you can always be sure that your perfect pet is always getting exactly what they need.
Kicking off this list of canine culinary excellence is Arden Grange Adult Lamb and Rice Dog Food. Boasting a hypoallergenic formula, with no artificial colouring flavourings or preservatives, this dog food is great for reducing the risk of dietary intolerances. Not to mention that it tastes great too.
But great dog food isn’t just about taste. With the Iams Adult Large Breed Dog Food you can specifically cater for the needs of a large breed dog by looking after their joints and cartilage.
Made from only the finest ingredients it also contains Omega 6 and 3, fatty acids which directly help towards maintaining healthy skin and coat. What’s more, as well as the delicious meaty taste you can be certain that it is free from all preservatives, colourings and artificial flavourings.
Last, but certainly not least is the Naturediet Chicken Dog Food. Unlike the previous types of dog food this variety comes as a wet dog food, but still offers the same range of delicious flavours and high quality nutrition, without any of those pesky artificial additives.
But why not spice things up occasionally and treat your pet with a delicious treat, such as Burns Venison Ears. As well as being a great way to complement their diet it also offers a handy treat for good behaviour.
Posted by Sam Bainbridge
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