How to Feed Your Dog Properly

Determine Nutritional

Understand your dog's breed, size, age, and activity level to determine their nutritional requirements. Consult with a veterinarian for personalized feeding recommendations.

Choose Quality

Select high-quality dog food that meets your dog's nutritional needs. Look for options with real meat as the primary ingredient and avoid fillers, artificial flavors, and preservatives.

Follow Feeding

Read and follow the feeding guidelines provided on the dog food packaging. These guidelines are based on your dog's weight and age and ensure they receive the right amount of food each day.

Portion Control

Avoid overfeeding or underfeeding your dog. Use a measuring cup to portion out the correct amount of food based on their weight and feeding guidelines. Adjust portions as needed to maintain a healthy weight.

Monitor Body

Regularly monitor your dog's body condition by assessing their weight and body shape. Adjust their food portions if they are gaining or losing weight to maintain an ideal body condition.

Provide Fresh

Always provide access to fresh, clean water for your dog. Hydration is essential for their overall health and well-being.

Avoid Table

: Refrain from feeding your dog table scraps, as human food can be high in fat, salt, and other ingredients that are harmful to dogs. Stick to their regular dog food to ensure a balanced diet.

Address Special

Some dogs may have special dietary needs due to allergies, sensitivities, or health conditions.


Establish a consistent feeding schedule with regular mealtimes. Most adult dogs thrive on two meals per day, while puppies may require more frequent feeding.