- Our philosophy
Feeding for dogs
The quality of the food we give our companion animals is our first priority
The best food for your dog is dry food (kibble). Unless there are contraindications, we recommend you alternate between foods rich in white and red meat and those containing fish. In that way your dog will receive a wider variety of nutrients. Wet food can be served alone, or mixed with kibble. Aim for a balance of 20% wet and 80% dry food.
Dogs with picky tastes as well as older and/or overweight dogs will benefit from wet food in their diet on a daily basis.
Kibble contains balanced and complete ingredients for your dog and are important for the daily exercise of chewing.
Other feeding regimes
Home-made pet food
The ability to personally select the ingredients is an advantage when preparing your cat’s food at home.
But achieving the right nutritional balance is a science.
As a precaution, we suggest you ask your vet’s advice on your approach, if in doubt.
Raw pet food (barf)
Raw pet food diets, based on raw meat, carry the risk of germs and infections. A lack of vigilance in storing and handling the raw ingredients can lead to your cat becoming infected with bacteria and/or parasites that can also be transmitted to humans, as in the case of salmonella zoonoses.
For safety, and to ensure nutritional balance, we strongly recommend asking your vet for advice on this approach.