What Do Dogs Eat?

Written By: MUDASSIR

As carnivores, canine diets center around quality animal-based proteins like chicken, beef, turkey or fish to supply ten essential amino acids

Meat

Moderate fat—around chickens skin, belly flaps of red meat or salmon oil provide dogs concentrated calorie energy for fueling growth

Fat 

While dogs produce some vitamins internally, they still require supplementation of essential Vitamin A, various B vitamins, Vitamin D and Vitamin E

Vitamins

Critical minerals like calcium and phosphorous for strong bones and teeth along with iron, magnesium, sodium, potassium 

Minerals

While dogs don’t require carbohydrates, whole grain options like barley, rice or oats supply important blood glucose levels to power muscle

Carbs  

Indigestible fiber scrubs intestinal walls, promotes gut motility, and feeds probiotic microflora to maintain regular waste elimination 

Fiber

Hydration is vital so clean, freely accessible water must always complement food intake to flush waste, regulate temperature

Water  

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