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Specific dog breeds have specific needs. Given how important your dog’s diet and nutritional intake is, it is vital for these specific breed traits to be supplemented through your dog’s diets.

Dog’s with extra strong jaws may require a harder kibble whereas dogs with flat jaws may require a different kibble shape for easier eating. Dogs with long hair require different nutrients in the food to ensure the coat remains as healthy as can be. Other dog breeds could have a genetic predisposition to certain diseases and ailments, addressing and supporting these specific conditions before they occur could prevent them from occurring at all or at least reducing the severity if they do occur later in your dog’s life.

Breed specific diets puts nutrition right where it needs to be, meeting the needs of each breed. Knowing the ailments your dog could face based on his dog breed, offers you the opportunity to take a proactive approach to his health and the specific food you feed your dog.

*Be sure to follow the feeding guidelines on the packaging of the breed specific dog food that you buy for your dog. Different brands and variations of food may have different feeding amounts and guidelines. If you change your dog’s diet from one breed specific food to another, it is recommended that you gradually introduce the new food mixed in with his old food until you have completely switched over to a bowl of the new breed specific dog food only.