Learning how to balance your own diet can be difficult. Are you getting enough calcium? Are you drinking enough water every day? Are you taking the vitamins everyone is talking about? Feeding your dog with the necessary nutrients doesn’t have to be complicated. Feeding him with the right dog food during the appropriate life stage is enough to give him a well-balanced diet. 

Well, the bases for a well-balanced diet include obtaining the appropriate portions from the following seven groups:



It is the most important of all. All the animals depend on water, so keeping your dog well hydrated is the key. In addition to your pet’s regular food, make sure to give him enough water.



Made from amino acids, the proteins fulfill numerous functions in the body: development of muscles, tissue repair, creation of enzymes, immune functions and more. Our formula is made with royal chicken as its first ingredient.



It is true, the excess fat can lead to health problems, but we all need fat to survive. Not only is it the most concentrated source of energy, but it also provides your dog with Omega-3 and Omega-6, which are important fatty acids for a healthy skin and coat. Fat serves as a transporter for fat-soluble vitamins.



Carbohydrates are a group of nutrients in which sugars, starch, and dietary fibers are included. Many of them can be used as sources of energy; however, our pets do not need them in the same amounts as we do. It is necessary to obtain enough fiber for the gastrointestinal tract.



Minerals help in many of the regular processes that occur within the body, such as bone formation, maintaining fluid balance and the transport of oxygen in the blood



Vitamins make an excellent group work with themselves and with other nutrients. These ones help in many different ways in order to provide a proper nutrition for your pet, including the health and shine of their coat and increasing defenses.



The other crucial factor for dog food is the energy, which is measured in calories. The calories provide the driving force in metabolic reactions and allow the use of all nutrients. The energy requirements may vary depending on the age, size, activity of your dog and environment. It is necessary to provide your dog with sufficient calories, but you should also be careful not to exceed because his body is able to store the excess energy and turn it into fat, which could lead to obesity.