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Wet Dog Food
Like all our dog food, the wet food we offer contains only the highest quality ingredients and our extensive selection caters for dogs of all ages, sizes and breeds. With popular brands like Naturediet, Canagan, Symply and Natures Menu, our stockists source natural ingredients that contain everything your dog needs for a healthy diet. If you want to feed your pet an organic and natural diet, have a look at our selection of Canagan and their range of grain free wet food. The wet food pouches from Natures Menu are dairy free and made with 60% real human grade meat.
Do dogs prefer wet dog food?
Many owners assume that if their dog were offered a choice between wet and dry dog food, they'd always opt for the wet as this is closer to their natural diet. This doesn't mean they wouldn't enjoy the dry food, if offered a choice between your custard cream and a dog biscuit, many dogs would not take the sensible option. With the variety of dog food available today, it's simply down to what you (and your dog) prefer.
Wet foods are a popular choice for many dogs. As the cooking process kills all micro-organisms, wet dog food doesn't need any added preservatives. However, as wet foods contain so much more water, the serving quantities are a little higher than dry dog food which can make them a more expensive option. Wet foods might also have a shorter shelf life due to the lack of preservatives, but this is easy to manage with a carefully scheduled shopping list or by taking advantage of our On Repeat ordering service.
The additional water in wet dog food is also a great bonus if you struggle getting your dog to drink enough water.
Is a wet food diet bad for my dog's teeth?
It's a common misconception that dry food can be better for your dog's teeth. Whilst it's true the crunch from dry food can help with dental care, you should never rely on your dog's food alone to keep their teeth in shape. After all, you wouldn't substitute brushing your teeth with a bowl of dry cereal no matter how healthy it was would you?
So long as your dog gets to chew on a healthy dental stick frequently, has the occasional raw (dog friendly) bone to chew and you're keeping an eye on their teeth and getting the doggy toothbrush and toothpaste out when needed, there's no need to worry about their wet food diet.
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