Whether you’re a first-time dog owner or if you’ve enjoyed the company of dogs all your life, choosing between different types of dog foods can seem confusing. Even choosing between two of the most widely available shop-bought diets, wet and dry, there’s so much conflicting advice. So we asked our friends at Husse, who make dog food that’s enjoyed all over the world, to give us a run-down of the pros and cons of these two options when choosing dog food to help you decide for yourself which is the best option for your dog.More >
Sources and availability of different nutrients is key in the choosing right food for your dog. Pet foods vary in the quality of ingredients, formula and the nutritional value in the food. Premium and super premium pet foods typically have higher standards in each of these important variables.
Your pet’s nutritional needs are based on age, activity level, temperament, environment and physical make up. Look for a food that fits your pet and the environment rather than breed. If you’re unsure about what to feed your pet, contact your local Husse pet nutritionist. click here!More > 0 Comment(s)
The first 2 to 3 weeks, pups receive exclusively milk from the bitch. Milk production increases parallel to the requirements of the pups. At the third week, milk production stagnates while the requirements of the pups further increase, necessitating the feeding of solid food. Best is to start with solid food at the end of the second week.More > 0 Comment(s)