Alimentation

As far as feeding is concerned, it is advisable to use a good quality dry food which therefore contains a low percentage of raw ash and that the elements present in its concentration in greater concentration are meat or fish and not cereals or products of the bread industry.

Surely already only these two characteristics will affect the cost of the feed, but will benefit the health of the dog.

However, this does not mean that to make these two characteristics coexist, the cost of the feed becomes prohibitive, there are in fact several companies in the sector that produce excellent products at fair prices.

We divide the life of our four-legged friends into three phases: the first from weaning up to two months, the second from two months to one year and the third from one year onwards.

In this regard, we use 3 different types of feed depending on the growth phase in which our dogs are located, in order to provide them with all the nourishment necessary for a healthy and correct development.

The first phase always belongs to the breeder, while the second often coincides with the entry of the puppy into the new family, which will have to feed it with croquettes suitable for puppies called “puppy” or “junior”, indicatively up to the age of one year. Then you can switch to an adult diet, which is preferably Grain Free or Low Grain, that is free of wheat or that contains a very low percentage.

If you prefer a home-cooked diet compared to dry food, we always recommend starting after one year of age, because during growth you risk not giving the right amount of nutrients to your little friend. However, we recommend that you always rely on a veterinary nutritionist, who recommends a balanced diet that can be adapted to the needs of the dog, also based on the type of life that leads.