Research has shown that six out of ten people are dog owners, or will own a dog at some point in their lives. The way we look after our dog is important, with lots of exercise, a healthy diet and regular health checks.
Giving our beloved dogs the best quality food is important and these days, with various different brands on sale, how do we know what we are really giving our dogs?
The industry for dog food is a prosperous business with both commercial and premium dog foods high in demand. So what is the difference between the two? Premium dog food is high in nutrients essential for a dog’s growth and well being. The cheaper commercial brands contain by-products, known as ‘fillers’, which have little nourishment but make the food taste appetising. They can also contain chemicals to make the dog bloated and seem therefore full up. These are obviously not the best types of foods to feed your dog.
Of course it isessential to feed your dog the best food you can. A well balanced diet is very important for your dog’s development and health, and can only prolong the life of your dog.
The majority of commercial dog food is bought in grocery stores or supermarkets. Supermarkets chains tend to offer cheap brand versions of dog food and biscuits cheaper than some well known commercial brands.
Premium dog food can be purchased in wholesalers or petshops. There is a wide range of products specifically aimed at your dog’s size, age and sometimes breed. Premium dog foods are obviously more expensive than everyday commercial brands but there are now a few ways of purchasing then more cheaply.
Buying your dog food wholesale will considerably cut your costs and now seemingly the most cost effective way to purchase wholesale dog food is online. Wholesalers sell trusted brand products online cheaper than in the shops so you are now able to feed your dog the best quality foods at much cheaper prices.
Quality premium dog foods can be purchased such as innove dog food to ensure your dog has the best quality of foods at discounted wholesale prices.