pet's health depends on the type of food you provide. The
quantity of food to be given depends upon age, weight, breed,
ate, etc., according to veterinary
doctor K. Jagannath. "It is not necessary to give non-vegetarian
food to dogs
, vegetarian food is as wholesome as non-veg foods". "
Outdoor dogs need more of proteins and carbohydrates than
indoor dogs. It is not advisable to specify any universal
food type for pets. Food intake differs from one dog to another.
Do not give spicy or fried things to your pets. Dogs should
be given papaya which is very good for their digestive system.
Sweet food should be avoided as it will give rise to worms
in their stomach. In the event of illness, sugar drips can
be given," he added.
Protein foods: Meat, groundnuts, maize, legumes, dal,
beans, soybeans, etc.
Carbohydrates: All plant foods, oats, barley, cooked
potatoes, carrots, etc.
Fat: Wheat germ, corn oil, etc. Fiber: Vegetables and
Vitamins: Main sources are rice bran, wheat, peas,
beans, peanut, butter.
Water intake: A dog's body consists of 56% of water.
This water can be given in its natural form or along with
Therefore, while planning for your pet's diet, take care of
all the above and make sure your pet gets a balanced diet.