If something doesn't seem quite right with your dog, then the first thing you should look at is their diet. Are they getting all the nutrients and energy from their current food, or is it time to switch it up? Here, we discuss some of the key signs you should change your dog's food, and how to go about finding the right one.
Dog Food Advice & Nutrition
The most important aspect every dog owner should familiarise themselves with is dog nutrition since what your dog eats can have a huge impact on their health and well-being. Whether it's recognising possible dog food allergies, choosing the best food for your dog, or even learning if your dog needs supplements, Pet Advice is here to help.
Just like puppies, pregnant dogs need a little extra support during their pregnancy to ensure the proper development of their litter, as well as supporting milk production and ensuring the mother's health. In our latest blog, we walk you through the importance of supporting a pregnant dog's nutrition, and at what point in her gestation period to switch up her diet.
No matter your puppy's size, they still have a lot of growing to do before they are considered an adult dog, and the best way to support their growth and development is with complete food intended for puppies. But does that mean puppies can't eat adult food?
Choosing the right food for your dog is one of the easiest ways to ensure your dog's overall health and happiness, but this decision isn't one to be made just once. As your dog transitions from puppy to adult, so should their food. In our blog, we take a closer look at the different types of age-specific dog food and what each one offers for your dog throughout their lifetime.
If you're thinking of switching your dog to a new dog food, it's important you do so properly to avoid any digestive upset. Here we explain the best way to transition your dog onto a new food.
One of the main questions that crop up for new dog owners is whether to feed wet or dry dog food. Here we compare wet and dry food to help you decide.
All dogs have different nutritional needs, especially when they are different breeds, ages, and sizes. Find out about which food is best for your breed.
Want to find the best dog treats? Read our guide with veterinary advice on healthy dog treats, the best training dog treats, homemade dog treats, and more.
If your dog has an upset stomach it can be hard to know if it’s an intolerance or food allergy. Here’s an overview of the symptoms of dog food allergies and what you can do.
Choosing the right food for your dog is the first step in ensuring they maintain a healthy lifestyle. In this guide, we explain how you can choose the best dog food for your dog.