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How do I find the right dog food?
As a dog owner, finding the right dog food is a difficult task. The selection of different dry foods, wet foods and snacks is confusing. In addition, there are different philosophies that seem to be at odds with each other. Barfers swear by feeding meat, and vegetarians propagate the idea of feeding dogs purely plant-based ingredients. To make the situation even more confusing, there are endless articles for both approaches, as well as for a multitude of other feeding options, in the specialist literature and of course on the internet.
But how do you find out which dog food is actually best for your own dog? Which ingredients are good and which should better not be in a food? These are difficult questions for laypeople to answer, because who knows exactly how tolerable potatoes or curd cheese are for dogs?
Does a dog accept its food?
Pay attention to whether your dog accepts its food. The first indicator is whether a dog eats its food willingly or rather reluctantly. If a food is accepted, this is already a good sign. In addition, you should keep an eye on the dog's vitality. If a dog is rather lethargic and listless and has little desire for exercise and walks, then this can be an indication of insufficient energy intake from the food. The condition of the coat can be another signal for the quality of the food. If the coat is not shiny but dull and matt, this can also be an indication of poor feed quality. The most obvious indication of food tolerance is the condition of the faeces. If a dog has diarrhoea over a longer period of time, the food should also be tested. The same applies if the dog smells unpleasant and is plagued by itching or develops strong bad breath.
What requirements must a dog food meet?
It is important to meet a dog's nutritional requirements. These depend on the breed, but also on the age, size, weight and health of the dog. Make absolutely sure that a food corresponds to the dog's stage of life and also to its habits and abandonments. If you know of any previous illnesses or intolerances of the dog, it is always advisable to consult a vet.
This is what dog food from Schulze Heimtierbedarf stands for.
Would you like to specifically promote muscle and bone development in your dog? Or do you have a normally active, adult dog with a sensitive digestive system? Perhaps your dog tends to be overweight or has an allergy, then our Canine Porta21 and Schulze's Best food lines with many varieties offer the optimum solution for your dog food requirements!
Our Canine Finest line was developed with the scientific support of nutritional biologists and veterinarians. The recipes were developed in close cooperation with renowned breeders. With the natural, holistic food, your four-legged darling is optimally and healthily provided for.
We are committed to the well-being of animals. For this reason, we consistently avoid animal testing and the use of additives such as colourings and flavourings. We only use high-quality ingredients such as the finest muscle meat, rice, oats and barley. Products specially tailored to the animals' needs and different packaging sizes guarantee a wide variety.
What is special about our premium food line Schulze's Best?
In keeping with the motto "Like man, like his dog", the grain-free recipes in the Schulze's Best product range are based on high-quality, carefully selected ingredients and are also particularly suitable for nutritionally sensitive dogs.