As our knowledge and awareness of our dog's food grows, more and more of us are changing our doggy diets to more nutritious, healthy options. Or, at least, we're trying to.
A good portion of us, however, find that our dogs point-blank refuse to touch their new, healthy food. This often leaves us frustrated, confused, and annoyed.
So, why exactly do they snub these diets that are better for them?
The answer isn't as complicated as you may think!
‘Grain-free’ has become somewhat of a buzzword in dog food. When you take a stroll down any pet food aisle, these words are in massive bold letters, emblazoned across the front of a good portion of the options.
But what exactly does ‘grain-free’ mean and, more importantly, should you care?
Choosing the perfect food for your furry friend is hard, with lots of decisions to make to get to the ideal one. The first one to make is what kind of food you want to feed them. The most common types are dry kibble, wet food, and raw, although some people opt to home cook their own diets.
Below, we go through what you need to know about all of these ways of feeding, so you can make the best decision for you and your dog.