Feeding Your Puppy A High Meat Content Food

Diet is the bricks and mortar of health. This applies to dogs as well as humans. Putting a little thought into what you feed your dog can pay big dividends with their improved health over their lifetime.

Puppyhood is a time of rapid growth and development.  By choosing a Super Premium food such as natural FourFriends Puppy with Aloe Vera you are giving him the very best start in life.

Puppies require different levels of nutrients to adult dogs. FourFriends Puppy Food has all the ingredients needed for a perfect balance for the normal growth and development of a puppy. The 42% chicken meat gives a high protein content for development of muscles and salmon oil contributes to well being with healthy omega fatty acids. These are important for the brain, sight and central nervous system.  

FourFriends Puppy also contains fruit & herbal extracts, yucca shidigera extract and of course Aloe Vera at a quantity of 1.5g / kg. Fruit and herbal extracts provide natural anti-oxidants and Yucca Shidigera is a natural form of Vitamin C and iron and is known to have anti-inflammatory properties. It can also reduce stool odour.

Aloe Vera promotes good digestive health and general well being – especially important for a fast growing and inquisitive puppy.

Economy dog foods are made from the cheapest ingredients available and as such their energy values are lower. Poor grade proteins have lower digestibility which means the food passes through the puppy’s system and is not absorbed. FourFriends Super Premium uses the highest quality ingredients from sources with higher biological values. Better ingredients mean better digestibility so your puppy does not need to eat as much and less waste matter is produced. (Less poo-picking to do).

Most nutritionists believe that when dogs are fed a premium quality food they are nutritionally better off than their owners are.

Contact our FourFriends nutritionists on 01302 637377 to find out the benefits of good feeding for life.

Article by FourFriends Pet Food,

Advice, Pet Food, Dogs