Owners often can't choose between canned and dry diets when choosing the type of food for their dog. The benefit of a ready-made commercial diet doesn't depend on whether it's wet or dry, but on the product's composition. We can't say that every wet food is better than dry foods, or vice versa. Each form has advantages to it. Sometimes, do not think about the pets' own individual preferences.
For optimum nutrition, all essential nutrients, microelements and macronutrients, vitamins and fiber must be in the feed. Many dry food diets that you can buy at the store are "complete diets," or full-fledged in their composition, and are suitable for the main menu of the dogs.
High-quality dry food which consists of 75 percent -85 percent of different sources of animal protein is certainly more nutritious than some canned foods which contain almost no protein.
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