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Sleep is a vital part of a dog’s day, and contributes towards both their physical and their emotional health. In fact, sleep is so important that a healthy adult dog needs between 12 and 15 hours of sleep in any 24-hour cycle. This can be up to 20 hours in puppies, elderly dogs, and larger breeds!
With so many different dog foods out there it can be hard to know where to start when trying to find the one that’s best for your dog. In this article and the next we’ll take a look at the various categories of foods currently available. First up, complete vs complementary nutrition.
Telling the difference between a good pet food and a bad one is not easy. Every producer wants you to think that their products are the best and many lower-end manufacturers have worked long and hard to find ways within the law to make their foods appear better than they really are.
Despite common misconception, training of any animal is not a smooth line that just goes up and up, but more of a canyon-esque landscape with holes and pitfalls throughout until you finally reach the endpoint. It’s a process of trial and error, working out what works for you, working out what works for your furry companion, all whilst juggling an ever-changing and unpredictable environment.