Is wet or dry dog food better for puppies?
Generally speaking, wet food is better for dogs than dry food. Wet food has fewer carbohydrates, which are difficult for dogs to digest, and more water, which keeps dogs hydrated. As we’ve said time and again when discussing training techniques, breed standards and best dog parent practices, every pup is an individual.
Which Dry food is good for puppy?
- Farmina N&D Ancestral Grain Dry Puppy Formula.
- Wellness Complete Health Dry Puppy Food.
- Blue Buffalo Life Protection Puppy Chicken and Brown Rice.
- Orijen Dry Puppy Food.
- Chicken Soup for the Soul Puppy Chicken, Turkey and Brown Rice.
What can I feed my 8 week old puppy?
Once your puppy has been weaned off of their mother’s milk (around 8 weeks), you can start feeding them soft foods like canned or dehydrated dog foods (if you aren’t sure what that is, read our complete guide here ). You won’t want to start feeding your pup any hard foods until they are at least 9-10 weeks old.
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