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When serving meals to your canine companion, The Pets Club makes it quick and easy. The Pets Club carries top-rated wet dog food -including the best canned dog food on the market, such as Hill's Science Diet wet dog food and Royal Canin wet dog food -because nothing's too good for your cuddly canine. Like humans, smell and sight factor in what your pups find appetizing. Top-rated canned dog food has a solid and inviting aroma with a human food-like texture that even the pickiest pups find satisfying. Wet dog food comes in a variety of flavors, which means that mealtime for your pup is anything but boring. If your four-legged friend is past their prime, chewing kibble may be difficult on their aged jaws. Make mealtime enjoyable for your aging pup with wet dog food that's easier to chew. Worried your dog may miss out on the crunch of dry dog food? Mix some dog kibble with your wet dog food for a unique, crunchy treat at mealtime. Healthy wet dog food brands use fewer preservatives and more of the ingredients your dog loves.
Are you worried about the shelf-life of wet dog food? Use reusable dog food storage containers with airtight lids to store your canned dog food after opening to keep it fresh for extended periods. If your precious puppy's having difficulty staying hydrated, wet dog food can help. Top canned dog food brands contain high water content, which can help with puppy hydration. If your furry friend has specific dietary needs, wet dog food has more fat and protein than dry dog food, which can help provide your dog with the nutrients he needs to stay healthy and strong. These days there's a wet dog food formula for nearly every doggie diet, including organic wet dog food, grain-free wet dog food, high protein wet dog food, weight control wet dog food, sensitive stomach wet dog food, and many more. If your pup has sensitive skin or a sensitive stomach, consider trying a limited-ingredient diet of wet dog food to eliminate allergy triggers. Search The Pets Club for the perfect formula for your pet. Still, trying to figure out where to start? Treat your best friend to top-rated canned dog food brands like ZiwiPeak, Taste of the Wild, and Royal Canin, available at The Pets Club. Find this and more on The Pets Club's online pet store, where you can find the best dog supplies today!
The best wet dog food will be a balanced recipe for your dog's specific life stage, breed, and lifestyle. Look for complete formulas with natural meat ingredients and a few fillers or artificial ingredients. Your veterinarian should be able to recommend some good options based on your canine's age, size, habits, and health history.
Wet food is better than dry food for dogs who need extra hydration. Dogs with urinary issues or other health conditions or those who live in hot climates may benefit from the added water in canned food. In addition, some canned foods may have more real meat, and the meaty flavor dogs love. A nutritionally complete dry dog food will provide the complete and balanced diet your dog needs to thrive, however and a more practical choice for larger dogs or homes with limited storage space.
Wet dog food in a can can be refrigerated after you open it. Refrigerate any unused portion in a sealed container for later use. Some "fresh" or raw wet dog food formulas come refrigerated or frozen, and those should stay refrigerated—or frozen until needed—in a sealed container at all times. Discard any uneaten, unrefrigerated food after 4 hours to prevent food-borne illness in your pet.
Puppies can have wet dog food, but it needs to be a recipe specially formulated for puppies. Always feed your growing pup a complete and balanced dog food made especially for puppies, whether you choose a wet or dry food. Consult your vet if you are unsure what kind of food to feed or how much to feed a puppy.
You can mix wet dog food with dry dog food, as long as both are nutritionally complete, breed and age-appropriate formulas for your pet. Mixing wet dog food into dry kibble can increase water intake and make meals more palatable for your best friend. It can also be more cost-effective than feeding a wet food diet alone. However, talk to your vet before making any significant dietary changes, especially if your dog is older or has a health condition.