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Dog Food

Are you looking for dog food? You’ve come to the right place! Dogs are known for their voracious appetites and now you can keep even the hungriest of pups fed and happy with the very minimum of fuss. Whether you’re looking for grain free food, wet or dry dog food, fresh or frozen food, or even specialised food for your senior dog, we’ve got you covered. Our premium brands include Advance, Balanced Life, Black Hawk, Eukanuba, Royal Canin and more. Fresh or frozen, raw or canned, whatever your dog’s personal preferences or health needs you can find everything you need here.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best dog food in Australia?

The best dog food really varies from dog to dog and is dependent on the dog breed, the age, its current health, and simply what flavours they love! Our general recommendations are high-quality protein sources, grain free dry dog food, those from trusted brands such as Royal Canin, Advance, ZiwiPeak, and food that is appropriate to your dog's current stage of life.

How much dog food to feed a dog?

Every dog is different. There is no definite answer as to how much you should be feeding your dog a day and so much, we need to consider such as weight, age, height, food sensitivities and more. Puppies for example need to be fed more frequently, and depending how big the puppy is, it may need to be fed a larger quantity - check out our guide on what to feed puppies to find out more. larger adult dogs may need to be fed a larger amount, while senior dogs that need to lose weight may be fed smaller amounts.

When to Switch puppy to dog food?

Depending on what breed your dog is, and while your puppy is growing very quickly, it is important to keep feeding them puppy food for the recommended time period. Most breeds such as Maltese Terriers and Border Collies are recommended to eat puppy dog food up until they are 12 months of age, then they may move to an adult diet. It is recommended that larger dog breeds such as German Shepherds and Great Danes may enjoy puppy dog food for up until 18 months of age before switching to an adult diet, however it is important to consult your vet before switching their diet to an adult diet.

What's the difference between dry dog food and wet dog food?

The nutritional value of dry and wet food are very similar. Some dogs don't like the texture and consistency of wet food and may vomit it up visa versa. If your pet eats only wet food, he or she may develop dental disease since wet food tends to cause plaque and tartar buildup in the mouth. Dry kibble can be chewed by hand to reduce this effect. The best way to keep your pet's gums and teeth healthy is to feed them a wet food diet mixed with dry food. Your pet will love the combination of textures.

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