Issues with grain free dog food

Grain free dog food isn’t suitable for all dogs, so consider the following
before you decide to change a diet that might be working just fine.

Less active dogs can put on weight

The larger amounts of protein and fats in grain free dog food need to be worked off by exercise. So if your dog isn’t very active for whatever reason – you could find they put on weight, which is not the best result.

Some believe dogs can digest grains easily

They argue that dogs can digest grains just fine, and, that may be the case for
some. It’s always best to consult your vet before switching to a different diet. 

Grain free dog foods are seen as being more expensive

In fact they are more expensive, however you should be feeding your dog less than before, as there are more calories in the servings – so it may not be as expensive as you think.

Five points to consider before making the switch
The benefits of grain free dog food
How to keep a healthy dog