Best dog foods for golden retrievers

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Best Dog Foods For Golden Retrievers? 

Even though breed-specific dog foods may be okay for your breed, it's better to know your golden retriever's nutritional requirements and create an educated choice based on that. Knowing your pet's lifestyle will also help you choose the best food for its age, breed, and activity level. It can be confusing knowing which food to buy. But with these Golden Retriever puppy tips you'll have all the information you need to make a good choice.

- The healthiest and highest quality of food for Golden Retrievers is a protein formula. Whey and egg protein isolate are the best sources of protein for dogs, as long as they come in an enteric coating. Enteric coatings protect the nutrient content of a food from degrading over time. In addition to protein, enteric coatings may contain vitamins and other minerals that further enhance the nutritional benefits of any Golden Retriever food.

- You might notice that most Golden Retriever breeders insist their pet food be made with all natural ingredients. While some natural ingredients are more beneficial than others, many of the common ingredients are simply harmful. For example, a popular pet food ingredient called BHA is derived from wood alcohol. Although it sounds harmless, excessive or prolonged use of BHA may result in the skin of dog dryness and irritation.

- Another option for the best dog food for Golden Retrievers is a grain-free or vegetarian diet. Many owners switch to these types of diets because they cause less harm to the dog. They're also easier on the pet's digestive system. However, because grains are still used, dogs on grain-free diets must also take diet supplements.

- Another issue with commercial pet foods is that many contain preservatives and chemicals that can cause illness or lead to long-term health problems. These chemicals have been proven to contribute to a number of illnesses and diseases, such as renal failure, cancer, allergies, urinary tract disease and canine diabetes. Although most Golden Retrievers suffer from hypoglycemia, a condition that occurs when a dog's blood sugar levels are far too low, adult dogs rarely exhibit this problem. However, any Golden Retriever who suffers from hypoglycemia should be sure to get his or her glucose levels checked by a veterinarian. If the condition persists, you should get your vet to recommend a veterinarian who treats Golden Retrievers.

- The water content in Golden Retriever food should be less than or equal to the moisture content of human's urine. Puppies and adult dogs do not require as much water as we do, so it is unnecessary to provide them with large amounts of water-filled drinks. This is especially true for Golden Retrievers with long, heavy coats, as their moisture content needs to be increased in order to prevent them from drying out. Adult dogs can handle dry dog food, but puppies need water-filled beverages to help hydrate. As well, adult dogs require larger portions of food to feel satisfied. In fact, Golden Retrievers are designed to eat a variety of different kinds of food, but puppy's stomachs are very sensitive and cannot process large quantities of food at once.

- Another common problem among commercial dog foods is the inclusion of fillers like corn, wheat and fish. These ingredients can clog the arteries of the heart and can result in heart failure or cardiac arrest in Golden Retrievers. Although they may seem safe to eat, these ingredients are not good for human babies or children, and it is best for Golden Retriever owners to avoid them. The first ingredient you should look for when buying Golden Retriever food is protein. Chicken, beef and lamb are good sources of protein for Golden Retrievers, while rice and oats are alright for senior dogs.

The next thing you want to look for when shopping for commercial dog treats is a list of ingredients that tell you the percentage of each ingredient that will be used. You should not buy dog food based solely on the ingredients, but you do need to be aware of what exactly is being fed to your pet. Even if the list of ingredients tells you that chicken and beef are the main ingredients, you still have to double check to make sure that there are no byproducts or unhealthy substances included. After all, the best Golden Retriever pet food does not always have to be the healthiest.