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Why grain-free dog food for my dog?
Dog food, dogs often can't get enough of it. We believe that dogs with a grain allergy should also be able to enjoy delicious dog food. Just like humans, dogs can also be allergic to grains. Switching to grain-free dog food is therefore necessary. Grain-free dog food does not contain any hard-to-digest carbohydrates such as rice, oats and wheat. This makes grain-free dog food easily digestible and better for your dog's gastrointestinal system.
Difference grain-free and wheat-free
People are quick to think that grain-free and wheat-free are the same term, but of course that is not true. Grain-free means that you do not eat grains such as wheat, oats and rye. In addition, you also eat gluten-free during a grain-free diet. Wheat-free actually means that you do not eat wheat, but of course this does not mean that you do not eat gluten. On a wheat-free diet, your dog can eat other grains.
It is of course very important to let your dog switch over to grain-free food. So don't try to switch in one fell swoop, but start slowly adding the grain-free chunks and work towards a completely grain-free diet.
What do the gourmets say?
Vegan food has all the nutrients Sparky needs to continue with his adventurous lifestyle, even at his age.
Tito is as energetic and healthy as he has always been after starting a vegan diet.
Vegan since:August 2022
Favorite snack:VegDog Jerkeys
Since My Ki eats vegetables, his beige spots have come back, he is no longer nauseous, he no longer vomits and he is more energetic.
Favorite snack:Garden Bites Dental Sticks