How to Read Dog Food Labels

Next Video:
How to Train a Dog to Fetch....5

To read dog food labels, find either a puppy food, adult food or senior food that is appropriate for the dog's current stage in life, and find foods made with natural fish oils for brain development. Pay attention to the ingredients list when choosing a high-quality dog food with information from a professional certified dog trainer in this free video on dog care.

Part of the Video Series: Dog Training & Canine Health
Promoted By Zergnet


Video Transcript

Hello, my name is Zephyr Clarke-Dolberg in Miami Florida, with Miami Dog Training. In this clip, we're going to talk about how to read dog food labels. And clearly, you really want to get the food that's right for your dog, and that that also has to do with what stage of development they're in. Now as you can see, puppy food, that would be given to a puppy; adult foods to adult dogs, and after about seven years you want to start switching to a senior food for a senior dog give giving them the right, the right nutrients for that for that stage of their life. So, something that's good to look out for; I mean, Science Diet is an excellent food. It's veterinarian recommended, and often the vets sell Science Diet. When, you know, some of the things to look for is natural fish oil with DHA. DHA helps brain development, helps eye development, and and is really good for them, so that's something to look for. Also, when you are reading the labels, just like with human food, when you're reading the ingredients the the most, the the highest amount of the ingredient is going to be the first one on the list of ingredients, and the least amount of ingredient will be the last one on the list. So, it's somethin' to keep in mind. Once again, this is Zephyr Clarke-Dolberg, with Miami Dog Training.


Related Searches

Is DIY in your DNA? Become part of our maker community.
Submit Your Work!