Table of contents
- What feeding method is best for your dog?
- A question of taste?
- The three dog food categories
- Useful facts about dry food, wet food and BARF
- Advantages of dry food
- Disadvantages of dry food
- Advantages of wet food
- Disadvantages of wet food
- Advantages of the BARF method
- Disadvantages of the BARF method
- Summary: all advantages and disadvantages at a glance
- It depends on content, not type
- Find the best solution for you and your dog
What feeding method is best for your dog?
Dry, wet or fresh and raw? The range of opinions on the right way to feed our four-legged friends are as diverse as the choice of foods commercially available. But is BARF really healthier? Does wet food taste better and is dry food cheaper? We’ll show you the most important advantages and disadvantages of the different feeding methods.
In a nutshell, there isn’t any one feeding method that is the best for all dogs to the same extent. Be it raw dog food, dry or wet food, every dog food has its advantages and disadvantages. In principle, you can give your dog a healthy diet with ideal energy and nutrient provision with all three varieties.