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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?
Tuck has an active lifestyle and does very well on vegan food!
Favorite snack:VegDog Beevy
Cauliflower ('Bloemie') has been eating vegan since the end of 2019.
Vegan since:December 2019
Tried everything in the past (salmon, lamb, etc), but nothing helped. Chica has been eating vegan for over 4 years now and she is rid of her itch and hotspots.