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Feed items include dry and fresh food. The fresh dog food prepared in homes generally consists of ingredients like freshly cut chicken pieces in addition to the cranberry juices, blue-green algae, etc.
If you come across any unique types of preservatives and your Doodle develops the signs of a food allergy, suspect an unwanted ingredient in the feed items.
Similarly, you'll want to be aware of the foods moisture status. If the food has a high moisture level, then your Doodle may prefer this as well.
Beet pulp, pasta, Soy bean oil, wheat middlings, calcium carbonate, magnesium oxide, copper sulphate, iron sulphate, zinc oxide, choline chloride, etc. are often the ingredients in vegetarian based foods for dogs.
Raw egg, chicken, beef, mutton, fish, quail etc. are typically the primary ingredients in non-vegetarian dog foods. Taurine is one of the essential ingredients for a dog's nutrition. Likewise, for dog food with frozen fish items, the vitamin thiamine needs to be supplemented as an ingredient.
Many premium type of dog food preparations contain essential fatty acids, carbohydrates with adequate fiber contents, vitamins like A, D, E and B complex vitamins.
Furthermore, a mineral like zinc, is an essential ingredient for skin health, and calcium, is an essential ingredient for bone growth and muscle tone. They should be enriched in these food items.
The cost of dog food with these essential ingredients will be more expensive, but they will also be better for your Doodles health.
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