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Dog food is a specially formulated nutrition source designed to meet the dietary needs of domestic dogs. These formulations consider the unique nutritional requirements of dogs, taking into account factors such as age, size, breed, activity level, and health status.

Inukshuk, 15 kg

C$99.99Price
1 Kilogram
    • Proteins: Essential for muscle development, repair, and overall growth. Common protein sources in dog food include meat (chicken, beef, lamb), fish, and plant-based proteins.

    • Carbohydrates: Provide a source of energy for dogs. Ingredients such as grains (rice, wheat, corn) and vegetables are common carbohydrate sources.

    • Fats: Necessary for maintaining healthy skin and coat, as well as providing a concentrated source of energy. Fats are often derived from animal fats, fish oil, and plant-based oils.

    • Vitamins and Minerals: Ensure proper functioning of various physiological processes, including bone health, immune system support, and overall well-being. These are often added to dog food formulations.

    • Fiber: Aids in digestion and helps maintain a healthy gastrointestinal tract. Common sources of fiber include beet pulp, rice bran, and other plant-based ingredients.

    • Additives and Supplements: Some dog foods include additional additives such as antioxidants, omega-3 fatty acids, and glucosamine to support specific health needs.

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