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Dog food: what products are needed?

The first and most important rule is that dog food must be high quality and fresh.


Experts advise using raw meat for dog food, but cooked meat can also be given. The following meats are ideal for your pet: beef, horse meat, veal and chicken. These are all lean meats that are easy to digest, and lean, cooked pork can also be included in the diet.

If you feed raw meat to your dog, remove the bones and wash them. Take special care and attention to wash the head, legs, stomach and liver, and cook it, except for the liver.

Heads, legs, stomachs – all of these products are perfectly digestible, but since they have to be cooked they lose energy and nutritional value by a factor of about 1,5. Therefore, if the dog is fed these products, increase the portions by a factor of 1,5.


Fish is an excellent source of protein for dogs. However, cook fish very responsibly. If the belly of the fish is distended, if there is even the slightest suspicion that the the fish is spoiled, do not use such fish for dog food.

Fish is a diet food, the energy value of fish is 1.5 to 2 times lower than that of meat. Depending on if you are feeding fish to your dog, increase the portions.

Dairy products

Dairy products should not be excluded from the dog’s diet. Cottage cheese, cheese, buttermilk – all can and should be used in the dog’s diet. Cottage cheese is a protein which is easily digestible in the animal’s body. Dairy products are rich in beneficial minerals and vitamins and are well absorbed by dogs of all ages.


If your dog does not have food, you can also feed it quickly with porridge. For example, take oatmeal and pour milk, broth or kefir over it. Let it sit for 10 to 20 minutes, then you can give it to your dog. Porridge can also be cooked more quickly in a pressure cooker. Porridge cooked in this way retains more nutrients than that cooked in the traditional way.

If you can only cook porridge in the traditional way, please be aware that it is best to use the following types of ulcers: buckwheat, oatmeal, rice, barley. If a dog feels unwell after being fed a type of whole meal, it is a good idea to either give it up altogether or to add another type of whole meal to counteract the negative effects.

Vegetables and greens

Do not exclude vegetables from your dog’s diet under any pretext. Experts advise feeding carrots, cabbage, courgettes, beetroot and pumpkin. Dill, onion leaves, garlic, spinach, lettuce, parsley and even nettles should be included in a dog’s diet!

Usually, herbs and vegetables are added to porridges or meat, but they can also be given separately. For example, grated carrots.

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