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Ingredients

You only want the best for your dog. But do you know what's in his food? In this section, you'll find everything you need to know about the ingredients in dog food. We explain which ingredients are healthy and which you should avoid. We also give you lots of tips on how to choose the right food for your four-legged friend. You'll be surprised what you can learn about dog food!

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Overview

Common ingredient in dog food Food Gluten free Meat Can support muscle health Supports digestion Natural source of taurine Rich in essential substances Source of healthy unsaturated fats Rich in proteins Can be eaten fresh Safe feeding Suitable for allergy-sensitive dogs
Chicken meat
Low calorie content Low protein content Common ingredient in dog food Food Vegetable Beneficial for visual function Good for the teeth Can help regulate blood sugar levels Supports digestion Plant Low fat content Rich in antioxidants Rich in fiber Rich in vitamins Can be eaten fresh Safe feeding Suitable for allergy-sensitive dogs Suitable for raw food Suitable for vegan diets Suitable for vegetarian diets
Carrots
Fish & Seafood Can support the immune system May have anti-inflammatory properties Supports joint health Supports liver function Food supplements Rich in essential substances Rich in proteins Can be eaten fresh Suitable for allergy-sensitive dogs
Green-lipped mussel
Rich in proteins Meat Safe feeding
Beef
May have antibacterial properties Can improve the absorption of nutrients Aroma Calming effect Supports digestion May have anti-inflammatory properties Naturopathy Plant Spice plant Medicinal plant Rich in antioxidants Potential allergy trigger
Herbs
Medicine Naturopathy Topical application Plant Medicinal plant Herb Safe feeding Compatibility unknown
Bach flower essence
Can improve the absorption of nutrients Low glycemic index Superfood Colorants Natural colorant Natural sweetener Can help regulate blood pressure Can support heart health Can support kidney function Can support wound healing May have anti-inflammatory properties Can support skin and coat health Source of nitrate Important for cell health Plant Rich in essential substances Rich in antioxidants Rich in fiber Rich in iron Rich in folic acid Rich in minerals Rich in nutrients Rich in trace elements Rich in vitamins Safe feeding
Beet
Rich in minerals Rich in trace elements Rich in vitamins Vegetable conditionally compatible Tolerated in small quantities
Celery
Food Fruit conditionally compatible Tolerated in small quantities
Apples
Common ingredient in dog food Mushroom conditionally compatible Tolerated in small quantities
Yeast
Oil Plant Tolerated in small quantities
Thyme
Tolerated in small quantities
Mannan oligosaccharides
Common ingredient in dog food Food Plant conditionally compatible
Algae
Can help regulate blood sugar levels Can support the immune system Supports digestion May have anti-inflammatory properties Can support skin and coat health Naturopathy Plant Medicinal plant Rich in essential substances Rich in antioxidants Rich in minerals Rich in vitamins Safe feeding
Nettles
Low carbohydrate content By-product Food Animal product Meat Giblet Product from livestock Natural source of taurine Natural source of zinc Rich in essential substances Rich in amino acids Rich in B vitamins Rich in iron Rich in proteins Rich in water / moisture Safe feeding Suitable for raw food Tolerated in small quantities
Pig hearts
May have antibacterial properties Low glycemic index Biotechnology Microorganism Food Can support the immune system Can help regulate blood sugar levels Can have a positive effect on cholesterol levels Can have a detoxifying effect May have anti-inflammatory properties Can contribute to the promotion of intestinal health Natural probiotic Supports digestion Food supplements Rich in essential substances Rich in fiber Safe feeding
Beta-glucans
Rich in amino acids Animal product Compatibility Safe feeding
Protein
Rich in minerals Tolerated in small quantities
Salt
Rich in fiber Rich in minerals Rich in vitamins Vegetable Fruit Plant Tolerated in small quantities
Tomatoes
Exotic Rich in fiber Rich in minerals Rich in proteins Legume Feeding toxic
Field beans
Plant Garden plant Spice plant Medicinal plant Herb conditionally compatible Feeding not recommended Potential source of danger
Wild garlic