I did a quick poll on a Dashie Facebook Group and the Top 3 Brands of Kibble that most of you are feeding (that is if you feed kibble, not pre-made raw or homemade cooked foods) are:

1. Royal Canin Dachshund Breed Specific
2. Black Hawk Small Breed
3. Hills Science Diet

Is one of these your Kibble of choice? If so, today’s Blog will be of interest to you, as I take a little deep dive into their ingredients and go through my recommendations as to what to look for, what the best options are, both value for money & quality nutritional benefits, so you can make better-informed decisions when feeding your dogs. An in-depth comparison of all three!

Ingredients Do matter, 4 things a Dry Kibble must have to be considered a Healthier Option for your Dog

In recent times, pet parents have become increasingly aware of the diet they are feeding their dogs. However, with the diverse dog food formulas and brands, it can be tough to figure out what really makes a kibble dog food healthy, nutritious & balanced. A complete & balanced diet includes proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, & minerals. Plus water is essential to life & needed daily, but for decades now, pet food manufacturers have sold dog owners on dry dog food, or kibble, that can consist of up to 60% carbohydrates, & less than 10% moisture content, many of them the expensive premium pet food manufacturers. And right here, up front & centre, is the elephant in the room, carbohydrates are easy and cheap to produce, making dry food highly profitable but taking its toll on your dog’s health.

So with this in mind, here are 4 things a kibble must have to be considered the healthier option.

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