In our ultimate dog feeding guide, you’ll find all the information you need to choose the right diet for your dog.
Whether you are looking for wet or dry food, or something to suit a particular breed or health condition.
We’ll give you a run down of what to feed, when to feed it and how to monitor your dog’s condition.
Scroll down to find everything you need to keep your dog happy and healthy.
General Dog Food Guides
Know the type of food you are after? Then dive straight into one of these awesome articles:
BEST DOG KIBBLE
BEST LARGE BREED FOOD
BEST PUPPY FOOD
HOW MUCH TO FEED A DOG
Pros and cons of...
Dealing with a picky eater? No need to panic. We've got you covered in this guide.
And if you've got grain on the brain, find out what is a good type for your pup here.
Dog Feeding Guides By Category
Dogs come in a huge range of shapes, sizes and activity levels.
So it’s hardly surprising that there isn’t always a one-size-fits-all solution to feeding them.
To find the right food for your particular breed, or their particular health condition, have a click on the relevant image below.
We’ve also got loads of feeding guides, to help you with portion size, meal scheduling and choosing the right snacks.
The pictures below will jump you down to the right section.
Or just scroll down and have a browse!
Best Adult Dog Food By Breed
Different breeds of dog not only have slightly different nutritional requirements.
They can also need varying shapes and sizes of kibble.
Find your breed in the alphabetically ordered photos below, and click their image to find the best food for them.
French Bulldog Food
German Shepherd Food
Golden Retriever Food
Great Dane Food
Best Puppy Food By Breed
Newborn puppies only need their mother's milk. Or a milk substitute on rare occasions.
But from the time you bring them home they will be weaned and need a complete diet.
Looking for the right food for a puppy under 18 months old?
Then check out these comprehensive puppy food guides by breed!
Puppy Feeding Guides By Breed
Want to get the right feeding routine, quantities and nutritional content for your puppy?
These dog feeding guides will help you plan every detail of your pup’s daily diet.
Feeding a Labrador Retriever Puppy
Best Food For Health Conditions
There are a few health problems that are helped by using specialist dog food.
And some breeds that suffer from them more frequently than others.
See if your pup’s problem is listed below, and click on the image to find out more.
Dog food for SKIN ALLERGIES
Can Dogs Eat….
It’s a natural human desire to share with our loved ones.
And what’s easier to share than our own dinner or snacks!
But not all of our meals are safe for our dogs to dine on.
Find out whether your top treats are canine compatible in the relevant dog feeding guide below.
Can Dogs Eat BANANAS
Can Dogs Eat GREEN BEANS
Can Dogs Eat MANGO
Can Dogs Eat PECANS
Can Dogs Eat SHRIMP
Your Dog Feeding Guide
Every dog is different, but there are general dog feeding guides that we can apply to any breed or mix.
Puppies need smaller portions, given more frequently and with a higher calorie content.
Older dogs need more fat and protein than younger dogs.
Sensitive stomaches might benefit from limited ingredient diets.
When you are looking for the right food for your dog, it helps to pay attention to certain aspects of them.
Their breed, age and any medical issues are a great place to start.
From there, just make sure you transition between foods slowly, and feed them in amounts and frequencies that match their age and stage of life.
Ruthie Ita says
How much should we feed a 7 month old mix 50% Corgi. She is presently eating science diet puppy 3/4 cup twice a day.
Question:? My 12 yr old minischnauzer is really pretty active, walking a mile a day with me. Food for him has created a problem; the Vet recommends kibble but that is full of grain which I don’t consider healthy. Bud really likes some people food, which I prepare that is fully balanced with protein, fresh veggies and a little rice/potatoes as carbs. He is quite active despite his age but does love his naps as our weather now is pushing 95 degrees and no one wants to be out. Am I feeding him the wrong diet? Or would the foods you list be better for him? He has had surgery several yrs ago for kidney stones. but seems quite healthy now.
Except that my husband has just died, and Bud is lost too.
Janice K Berry says
Can my small apple head chihuahua have a small piece of different flavors of taffy for a treat?