Meet Just Right® by Purina®: personalized, natural dog food plus vitamins and minerals. By creating a personalized blend, you can help your dog achieve his individual nutrition goals for a happy, healthy life...while celebrating how special he is to you too.
Peanut butter and other nuts and seeds are high in fat and calories. Learn from expert veterinarian experts if your dog can safely eat nuts and seeds including legumes and soy.
Oranges, tangerines and grapefruit are packed with vitamins. Does that mean they’re good for your dog? Learn if dogs can eat oranges and other citrus fruits from expert veterinarians.
Learn what animal by-products are and what they contribute to dog food.
Dogs are omnivores, and feeding them a vegetarian or vegan dog food can be dangerous. Learn about your options before switching your dog’s diet.
Chicken and rice dog food is a most popular type of food on the shelf. Learn about the benefits, and see if this is the right food for your dog.
Thinking about switching your dog to a sensitive stomach dog food? If your dog has an upset stomach, there are a lot of factors that could be causing it.
How do you choose a healthy dog food? Here are a few key factors you should take into account when you’re choosing a healthy food for your dog.
Learn about nutritional benefits of chicken meal, a dry, rendered form of real ground chicken, including clean flesh, skin, and/or accompanying bone, in dog food.
Not sure whether you should feed your dog wet or dry dog food? Here are a few things to consider if you’re thinking about switching your dog wet dog food.
There are a lot of human foods that can be dangerous to your dog’s health. Here’s a list of some of the most common foods dogs should not eat.
You may have even seen recipes for how to make dog food. But is it really the best option for your dog? Here are two of the biggest problems with homemade dog food.
The reality is that raw dog food does not always provide the nutrients your dog needs. Here are some of the reasons why you should not feed your dog raw dog food.
Proper nutrition has an important effect on your puppy’s growth and development. But how often should you feed a puppy? It depends on how old your puppy is.
Good nutrition is especially important for puppies. Here are some of the most important things to consider when you’re choosing a puppy food.
Is your dog not eating dry food? There are a lot of different reasons why he may refuse to eat dry food. Here are some steps to help get him eating again.
Once you chose what to feed your dog and how much you should feed him, you should develop of a feeding schedule. Here are some tips for how often to feed your dog.
There isn’t a one-size-fits-all answer for how much to feed a dog. Here are some of the factors to consider when you’re figuring out how much to feed your dog.
Choosing what to feed a dog can be overwhelming. Here are some of the most important things to look for when you’re deciding what to feed your dog.
Learn our top tips and tricks for feeding a finicky pup.
Find out how by-products are safely implemented into commercial dog food.
Find out how by-products benefit your dog’s diet.
Learn about by-products in dog food, including what they are and how they contribute to a complete and balanced diet.
Find out the essential nutrients your puppy needs to grow and develop into a healthy adult.
Learn when and how to transition your puppy to adult dog food.
Learn about the nutritional needs of your senior dog, including the benefits of a higher protein diet, increased omega-3 fatty acids, and highly digestible ingredients.
Discover Purina® brand dog foods that are specially formulated with higher levels of protein and antioxidants for senior dogs.
Discover the food your senior dog needs for a complete and balanced diet.
Fiber can help your dog maintain a healthy weight.
Fiber is not a filler. Learn why.
Purina pet foods provide the correct amount of soluble, insoluble and prebiotic fiber for your dog.
The importance of omega fatty acids in your dog’s diet.
The importance of including pet foods rich in omega-6 fatty acids in your dog’s diet.
What you need to know about omega-3 fatty acids such as DHA and EPA, and how to include them in your dog’s diet.
Learn how a high-protein diet can benefit your dog’s weight loss program.
Discover Purina dog food products that are full of healthy protein for your dog.
Discover the amount of protein you dog needs in his diet.
Learn how much protein your dog needs to stay strong and healthy.
Learn why protein is a cornerstone of your dog’s nutrition.
Learn which protein sources are best for your dog.
Discover how much protein your dog needs to stay healthy and active during every stage of his life.
Here are 3 simple ways to help you accurately gauge your dog's correct weight.
Discover the right way to reward and pamper your dog with special snacks.
Learn whether food alone is providing your dog with all the nutrition he needs.
Follow this step-by-step guide to adapting your dog to a new food.
Decode the sometimes confusing labels on dog food packaging.
Feeding dogs human food can be risky. Learn the guidelines about table scraps for dogs.
Nutrition research is always evolving-- discover the latest to keep your dog healthy.
Learn what makes for a balanced diet for dogs, and what dogs should and should not eat.
Learn your dog's nutritional needs for healthy bones, skin, vision and fur.
Learn why corn is beneficial for dogs.
We support grains for dogs - a new study backs this up.
Purina offers formulas designed for any dog's unique needs and preferences. We'll help you find the perfect match.
Thinking about getting a dog but not sure which breed is right for you? We can help.
Explore the many types of dogs.
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The winning 2012 dog park redesign from the Beneful®-sponsored contest.
Our new P5 app lets you track your dog's activities while teaching basic tricks and more.
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