quality diet and nutrition for pets
What you feed your BFF is really important for their health and happiness.
Sorting through pet food information can feel like a lot. In addition to basic nutrition, your pet may have special dietary needs or food allergies, or be a finicky eater. Portion control can also be a challenge, especially if your pet needs to lose a little weight. Puppies, kittens, older pets, active pets, great big pets, smaller pets — they all have different dietary and portion needs. We’ve compiled out best tips to help you navigate the pet food aisle.
How Banfield can help
If you find navigating pet diets a challenge, reach out to your veterinary team. We can suggest a quality diet designed for your pet’s age, weight, and activity level — plus advise on diet ingredients, provide tips on managing blood sugar for diabetic pets, and provide insights on helping your pet reach a healthier, happier weight.
One thing your quality pet diet will not include? Table scraps! People food isn’t designed for pets — sorry furry buddies, it’s for your own good!
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