Mature Adult Dogs 7+ (5 for large breeds)
Nutrition and Feeding
Just like people, dogs can experience occasional stomach upset.
Dog parents sometimes blame a new dog food when their dog immediately throws it back up after eating. The connection seems logical, but other factors could point to a different cause rooted in behavior.
Pet food labels provide basic and limited information on ingredients and nutrient levels. We believe other considerations must be recognized when deciding on which food to feed your dog.
Interpreting pet food labels doesn't have to be confusing. This article is designed to help you understand pet food labels and provides information on ingredients, nutritional standards, and more.
Once you've found the best dog food for your dog, you're on the right track to providing the healthiest life possible.
Inducing satiety, the feeling of fullness or satisfaction, is a primary goal in Hill's pet foods for weight management. This article teaches pet parents about how these pet foods induce satiety and help pets lose weight.
Nutrients and high-quality ingredients are both important in a pet food. This article teaches pet parents about the necessity for an optimum blend of ingredients selected for nutrients, quality and taste.
As in humans, a dog's body and daily activity levels change with age.
For centuries, people and their animals have relied on corn as a superb source of nutrients.
Moms everywhere, at one time or another, advised, "Eat your veggies, they're good for you." As usual, mom was right. Vegetables contain high levels of many vitamins, minerals, amino acids and more. The same holds true for soy products.
Dogs are classified as members of the family Canidae and the order Carnivora, but this does not necessarily translate to behavior, anatomy or feeding preferences.
Homemade Treat Recipe