When you adopt or buy a dog, you can expect to be told that you will need to have a lot of patience, persistence, and you will need to work hard to train your dog. No one ever tells you that finding a good dog food will likely be more difficult than the house training. Unfortunately, choosing a dog food is not nearly as easy as choosing your own dinner. Here are some guidelines to help you navigate through the confusing options.
1. Know what your breed needs.
Different dogs have different nutritional requirements. Pit bulls, for instance, tend to have strong food allergies tied to certain proteins and certain grains. Grain free and single protein source dog food can help you rule out allergens. Some dogs, like Pugs and Labradors are prone to obesity, so you may want to select special diet food. Speaking to y