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How To Buy The Right Dog Food For Your Pit Bull Terrier

Knowing exactly which dog food to buy for your Pit Bull terrier can be confusing. There are countless options available when you go to the store and many of them are very unhealthy choices. Dog food is offered in packets, cans, or large bags. Dog foods that are mass prepared can be high in quality and well balanced, it is important that you buy the best you can afford. Most of the larger dog food companies maintain testing laboratories that check for quality and nutritional value. Basically, there are three different types of dog food.

1. Dry food 2. Semi moist food 3. Canned food. Dry foods are made up of roughly ten percent water.

The raw ingredients used to make dry dog food differs greatly from brand to brand, so stick with a higher quality food. These dry foods are generally less expensive when compared to semi-moist and canned foods. This is beneficial if you own several dogs or have one that eats more than the typical canine. You can also purchase dry dog food in bulk quantities and store them for several weeks. Storing dry dog foods for too long may reduce the nutritional value of it however. Semi-moist foods contain more water than dry foods, typically in the range of 25%. Semi moist dog food is usually offered in the form of chunks of meat or simulated hamburger. Given the choice, most dogs prefer semi moist foods over dry foods, however these foods aren’t as good for a dog’s dental health. Canned foods are the most popular choice of dog food and it is available in two different forms. The first kind of canned food has a cereal component, making it a complete diet.

The second type has a meat only component that doesn’t give the dog a very balanced diet unless something like a dog biscuit is given in addition to the bowl of food. No matter what you choose to feed your dog, be sure to follow the feeding instructions on the packaging as they differ greatly. Don’t overfeed your Pit Bull by feeding him extra large portions or extra meals throughout the day and be sure to get your dog out for his daily walk.


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