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  • How to Transition Your Dog to Adult Food

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    How to Transition Your Dog to Adult Food
    Transitioning your dog to adult food is an important step in supporting their health and wellbeing. Timing the transition around their one year birthday and gradually mixing in adult food with their current puppy food can help make the transition smoother. Choosing a high-quality, well-balanced food that meets the AAFCO nutrient profile for adult dogs and monitoring your dog's health are important considerations. Consult with a veterinarian for personalised advice on making the transition.

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  • The Importance of Switching to Adult Dog Food

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    The Importance of Switching to Adult Dog Food
    Switching to adult dog food is crucial for a dog's health and well being, as it provides the right balance of nutrients for maintaining weight, supporting joint health, and meeting their nutritional needs. When choosing adult dog food, consider the dog's individual needs such as food sensitivities or joint health issues. The transition to adult food should be made gradually over the course of a week or two to prevent digestive upset. Adult dog food helps dogs maintain a healthy weight and supports overall health, ensuring they have the energy...

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  • The Benefits of a High-Protein Diet for Adult Dogs

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    The Benefits of a High-Protein Diet for Adult Dogs
    A high-protein diet can provide numerous benefits for adult dogs, including improved muscle maintenance, healthy weight management, and optimal nutrition. Protein is essential for good health and helps support a strong immune system, healthy skin and coat, and a healthy digestive system. To choose a high-protein diet, look for a food that lists a high-quality protein source such as chicken, lamb, or fish as the first ingredient and has a protein content of at least 20-30%.

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