What should I feed my dog
Learn more about the finding the right combination of wet and dry food, as well as oral care and treats for your dog.
Research by the Waltham Petcare Science Institute, a leading global authority on pet care and nutrition, reveals that dogs gain the widest range of benefits through a diet of dry food, wet food, oral care and treats.
We recommend that feeding a mixture of 50% wet food and 50% dry food as a main meal diet which gives your dog different benefits, tastes and textures - making mealtimes even more enjoyable. Additional treats, table scraps and daily oral care products are not 100% complete, so should only make up around 10% of your dog’s daily calories to ensure healthy weight maintenance. Just as with human food, remember to count calories and adjust your dog's main meal food if/when treating.
Treats are a fun way to bond with your dog, train them and generally look after their emotional wellbeing. PEDIGREE® Treats offer a responsible way to do this and have been designed to cover a range of occasions when you might like to treat your dog. Remember though that only 10% of your dog’s daily calories should come from treats and other foods that aren’t 100% complete & balanced.
Four dogs in five aged over 3 years old may suffer from a gum disease1 that could cause serious health problems. We don't want this to any dog. Regular follow-up to the vet and the daily brushings are essential. In addition to these measures, we have developed a way to help clean the teeth of your dog until the gum line while he chews. Make it a part of his routine of dental today.
1 American Veterinary Medical Association