|Metabolisable energy||70 kcal/100g|
MONTEGO CLASSIC CANNED ADULT DOG FOOD - JUICY BEEF IN GRAVY
Montego Classic Wet Food is a complete, balanced and enticingly delicious meal that provides your dog with the essential vitamins and minerals they need to live a healthy life. Made with genuine beef in beef gravy, this canned wet food is satisfying for your adult dog. Ideally served on top of dry food, you could also combine the two. An additional option is to include it as a side as a tasty complement to their diet!
This is an excellent choice of dog food as its formula has been refined and perfected over time by experts and veterinary professionals alike. This was done carefully to ensure that owners are able to provide their dogs with a high-quality source of nutrition. Montego prides itself on high standards of food production, using ingredients fit for human consumption.Learn More
Water sufficient for processing, chicken (including deboned), pork, beef liver, chicken fat, seasonal vegetables, wheat flour, meat by-products, sodium phosphate, guar gum and salt.
|Metabolisable energy||70 kcal/100g|
Benefits of wet dog food:
Wet food is generally much more appetising for dogs compared to dry food, as it closely resembles the fresh meat that dogs crave. A wet food option is great for picky eaters as an addition or alternative to dry food.
You need to adjust the amounts of pet food you are feeding to your dog to maintain an optimal weight, if you are unsure you need to speak to a veterinarian. Your pet's nutritional needs are constantly changing, especially during their first year, you should ask your vet at every checkup for any new or changed nutritional needs your dog may have.
Don't forget to offer fresh, clean water to your pet throughout the day to minimise the risk of dehydration. Dog’s water requirements are as important to their health and happiness as they are to people. Your dog's bodily functions require water to remain healthy and operative.
The main causes of dehydration:
There are many reasons why your dog may become dehydrated, including heatstroke or persistent vomiting or diarrhoea. They may not drink enough water either because of illness, fever, or just their preference.
Signs of dehydration in dogs:
It is essential that there is fresh and clean water available for your pup at all times to prevent dehydration throughout the day. It is normal for a dog's body to lose and gain water throughout the day. Panting, urinating, breathing, defecating and evaporation through their paws contribute to the loss of water, where your dog compensates by eating and drinking throughout the day.
Common signs of dehydration in dogs include:
You should contact your vet if your dog is suffering from severe or continuous vomiting and or diarrhoea so they can analyse if there is a more serious underlying issue. IV fluids may be necessary if the symptoms persist to prevent extreme dehydration.
To prevent dehydration in dogs:
The best way to prevent dehydration in your dog is to provide him with a constant supply of clean, fresh water at all times of the day, including when he is inside and outside. Some dogs drink more water than others, so you will need to keep on refilling his water bowl if it starts to become noticeably empty.
Depending on the weather, the temperature, the activity levels and exercise of your best buddy, he will probably need more water on some days compared to others. On these days, you will have to ensure that there is more than enough water available for your pup to replace the water they have lost.
How to store your wet dog food:
The best way to store an open can of wet dog food is to use an airtight container and place the container into a fridge. A lid that fits the container is essential to prevent any loss of moisture and transfer of odours. On the packaging of the product, you will be able to see how long the wet dog food can be refrigerated without spoiling.
Frequently asked questions:
Smaller dog breeds may be considered adults at 9 months. Larger breeds are not considered adults until 18 months of age. Some giant dog breeds will continue to have bone development until almost 2 years of age.
Your pup needs different types of food during his puppy stage that provide higher protein levels and calorie ones, as well as calories. Once he is nearing the age of six to 12 months old, it's time for him to transition into adult food.
The main difference between wet and dry dog food is primarily the different water content. Dry dog food and wet dog food provide a nutritionally balanced diet, but they are processed in different ways. It is difficult for dogs to digest carbohydrates and there are fewer carbohydrates in wet dog food compared to dry food. This may be a reason why owners prefer to offer their dogs a wet rather than dry food option.
Mixing your dog's wet and dry dog food together is an excellent choice as long both options are high-quality and meet your canine's nutritional requirements. Quality wet and dry foods are formulated to provide all of the protein, fat, vitamins, minerals and any other vital nutrients your best buddy needs to thrive.
Senior dogs tend to eat a smaller amount compared to their younger companions. However, they should still have a healthy appetite and enjoy the food they are eating. If you notice a drastic change in your dog's eating habits, or that your dog refuses to eat, this may be a sign of an underlying medical problem where you should seek veterinary advice.
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