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Tips on Feeding Dogs Canned vs. Dry Food

By: Dr. Debra Primovic

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What type of food is preferred for dogs? Here are some general rules:

  • For puppies (less than 8-9 months and less than 30 pounds): Feed your puppy a consistent canned, semi-moist or dry dog food designed for puppies. If your dog weighs more than 30 pounds, dry food is preferred for greater caloric density.

  • For adult dogs: Feed your dog a consistent canned, semi-moist or dry dog food designed for an "adult" dog. All the above are adequate as long as it is a good quality food. If your dog weighs more than 30 pounds, dry food is preferred for greater caloric density.
    For more information please read Nutrition in Dogs.

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