What Should I Feed My Tibetan Spaniel?
A little About Tibetan Spaniel's
The Tibetan Spaniel is a small, active and alert breed that originated from mountainous Tibet, where he served as a watchdog and companion. He’s known for his easy-care coat, intelligence and desire to guard his family from high perches that allow them to see everything that is happening. Today, they are still prized companions, thanks to their sweet, intelligent and thoughtful dispositions. Tibetan Spaniels resemble small lions (a powerful Buddhist symbol) and they still retain the watchfulness bred into them centuries ago. Although they can be aloof toward strangers, they are affectionate and devoted family companions.
What are there feeding requirements for my Tibetan Spaniel?
Your Tibbie requires a specially formulated dog food to support his active lifestyle. We recommend feeding him three-quarters to one cup of high-quality, premium dry kibble a day, divided into two meals. Make sure to select dog food that is grain-free, made in the U.S.A. and veterinarian-developed. Avoid any food containing corn, soy or wheat because these are fillers that lead to allergies and serious illnesses.
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Are there any special nutritional requirements for my Tibetan Spaniel?
The nutritional needs for your Tibetan Spaniel include a high-protein diet derived from quality, whole-food sources such as real beef, poultry, and fish. Meat should be listed first on the ingredient label. Because of his activity level, your Tibbie requires an energy-dense formula. Vegetables and fruits should also be included to help him absorb essential vitamins and minerals from his food required for his overall health. A good source of Taurine is essential for heart health and Glucosamine is important for bone and joint development. An antioxidant-rich formula provides Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids to keep his coat shiny and skin healthy. The best food for your Tibetan Spaniel is one that is uniquely created to meet his individual nutritional requirements, including his age, existing health condition, and activity level.
What Brand of Food is the Best for Tibetan Spaniel's?
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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