Dog food

Dry dog food has the great advantage that smaller amounts are needed when feeding so that the dog is sufficiently supplied and full.
In addition, the dog's jaw
is strengthened by chewing the dry food and dry food also has a positive effect on your pet's teeth. Dogs that eat dry food are less likely to have dental problems because the plaque comes off when they chew.

What is wet dog food?
Wet dog food has a higher water content than dry dog food, but it does not keep as long. Depending on the recipe, wet dog food can have varying amounts of vegetables, meat or grains. If there is any wet food left in your can, you should store it in a cool place, otherwise it will spoil more quickly. Thanks to the high water content of wet dog food, your dog's feeling of fullness comes into play more quickly and thus supports the diet. In summer, your dog needs more water. With the wet food, your dog can absorb even more water.

Mixed feeding with dry dog food
To add a mix to your dog's diet, you can add wet dog food to the dry food and mix it in. The wet food acts as a second source of water for your dog and provides the necessary water for your dog's digestion when he eats dry food.

Food for special needs
Do you have a puppy or a dog in need? For every stage of life, size or special need, you'll find a huge selection of dog food in our range. For example, you can support your puppy's bone development with certain vitamins. Depending on the ingredient, you will also find food for sensitive stomachs or special breeds.