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Understanding Dog Food

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Learn what animal by-products are and what they contribute to dog food.
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.
During the summer months, when nature supplies us with an abundance of treats in the form of luscious summer fruits, you may be tempted to share these healthy indulgences with the dogs you love. But is it healthy – and safe – to feed fruit to dogs?
Learn why corn is beneficial for dogs.
When you think about autumn, which foods come to mind? Pumpkins, sweet potatoes and nuts are key ingredients in some of our favorite holiday meals. But are these foods appropriate for all members of the family – even the furry ones?
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.
Lamb provides great nutrition and taste, let’s look at lamb as a dog food ingredient to see if it’s right for your dog’s nutrition.
Puppies require nutritionally complete and balanced, regular meals in order for your puppy to grow and develop. Let’s take a look at puppy nutrition together: what to feed, when to feed and when to switch to an adult food.
Puppies and adult dogs have different nutritional needs. Learn when your puppy can start eating adult dog food and to how make the transition.
15% of dogs suffer from skin allergies. See how feeding a sensitive skin dog food can help manage food related itching, scratching or chewing.
Protein is one of the most important nutrients in your dog’s diet. See if you should consider feeding a high-protein dog food to your dog.
As your dog gets older, his dietary needs will start to change. Learn when you should consider switching to a senior dog food by knowing what to look for.