Dutch Shepherd Diet

What Should I Feed My Dutch Shepherd? 

About Dutch Shepherds
The Dutch Shepherd originally hails from The Netherlands where his role was to watch over flocks of sheep in the countryside. Not only did he guard them, but he had to patrol the borders of the road and fields keep the sheep away from crops. They also sheep to ports, markets, and common meadows, markets and ports.

 

Feeding Recommendations 
We recommend feeding your Dutch Shepherd between two and three cups of high-quality, well-balanced, premium dry dog food daily, spread over two meals. To keep his coat shiny and skin healthy, you may include a salmon oil or flaxseed oil supplement to his diet. Make sure to avoid allergen-causing ingredients, such as wheat, corn, or soy.

 

Nutritional Requirements
Your Dutch Shepherd has very specific nutritional requirements, which start with high protein, such as chicken, turkey, beef, venison, elk, and fish. Real meat should be the first ingredient listed on the label, as well as an abundance of fruits and vegetables. Essential fatty acids, such as Omega-3 and Omega 6 will help give your Dutch Shepherd a brilliant coat and healthy skin. Ideally, a diet based on his individual needs is the best choice for his overall wellbeing.

 

What Brand is Best
Diet and nutrition is probably one of the most important decisions you will make for your pet because it affects their long-term health, immune system, vital organs, condition of their teeth, coat and even affects their lifespan, so educate yourself and choose wisely.

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