Cocker Spaniel Breed health nutrition
one of the small animal vets at Royal
Canin and this is Brian the one-year-old
cocker spaniel at Royal Canyon we
recognize that certain breeds such as
the Cocker can have particular needs
especially when it comes to the
nutrition they’re provided with for
instance the cocker has got a beautiful
long and glossy coat and it can
sometimes have a slightly more sensitive
skin and we aim to support this through
the nutrition we provide therefore at
will Canon we recommend you feed your
cocker spaniel a cocker spaniel diet as
part of our breed health nutrition range
this diet has Amiga 3 fatty acid
supplied through fish oils to help
support a healthy skin and in particular
to support the barrier effect of the
skin it also has borage oil which is in
a source of omega-6 fatty acids to help
support a beautiful glossy coat and
that’s why at Royal Canin
we recommend you feed cocker spaniel
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Royal Canin Cocker Spaniel Adult Breed Specific Dry Dog Food, 25 lb. bag
- Royal Canin Cocker Spaniel Adult dry dog food is designed to meet the nutritional needs of purebred Cocker Spaniels 12 months and older
- Exclusive kibble shape helps Cocker Spaniels easily pick up and chew their food
- Helps maintain an ideal weight with an appropriately balanced formula for weight control
- Promotes heart health with taurine and EPA and DHA from fish oil for healthy cardiac function
- Reinforces the skin barrier with essential nutrients to support skin and coat health while maintaining a beautiful coat
The best dog food for Cocker Spaniel is the one that is right for you. The right dog food for the Cocker Spaniel should be safe, healthy, reasonable, and produced with only high quality ingredients (mostly meat and poultry). More importantly, the best dog food for the Cocker Spaniel depends largely on the following:
Age. The food should be good for dogs as young as four weeks old and as old as three years of age. To be on the safe side, buy food that contains good ingredients like whole grains, chicken meal, fish meal, or turkey meal. Also, make sure that it doesn’t have too many fillers. If you want to avoid those foods for this breed, look for the dog food that contains just chicken meal, wheat, or pork meal.
Health. Just as humans, the food should contain all necessary nutrients and vitamins. As a Cocker Spaniel owner, you should know that the dog’s diet is crucial to its health. Make sure that it is good for you. It should contain enough protein and carbohydrates to meet your pet’s needs, but also provide them with the minerals and vitamins that can help keep your dog’s skin, hair, coat, bones, nails and teeth strong. Aside from that, choose the food that contains the right amount of fiber to make the dog feel comfortable. Avoid the foods that contain too much preservatives and artificial flavorings.
Activity Level. Choose a dog food that is suitable for your dog’s activity level. Since most of these foods are made for commercial use, you can expect the food to be high in fats and sugar. You should also make sure that the food contains the right balance of proteins, vitamins, carbohydrates, and minerals to keep your dog active and fit. You should also check if there are any contaminants like artificial colorings, preservatives, artificial flavorings, artificial flavor, vitamins, or additives in the food. A commercial brand should have the right balance of these ingredients, but you can try to find good alternatives in your local grocery store if they don’t have it.
Buying dog food is not that hard. But be sure that you are really buying what is best for you and your dog. Take your time to check the label, compare brands, check what the ingredients are, make sure to read the labels carefully, ask for recommendations, read the food reviews, ask for assistance, and consult experts. If you really want the best dog food for the Cocker Spaniel, stick to natural ingredients and the right recipes for better results.
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