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    There are many brands of dog feed in the dog market, and many raw materials are also used to dazzle people. In fact, so many feeds can be divided into four categories. What are the benefits of different feeds for dogs? Following will brings you to understand.

    1. Plant feed: It is rich in carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals and crude fiber, but its protein content is low. The absorption rate of nutritive ingredients in plant feed is poor, but there are few ingredients in animal feed, such as vitamins. Plant feed has important physiological significance. It can stimulate intestinal peristalsis and prevent diarrhea and constipation. The plant feed that often feeds has rice, flour, corn, soybean, cabbage, carrot to wait.

    2. Animal feed: High protein content, good quality and rich mineral content. Dogs have a high absorption and utilization rate of nutrients in animal feed, but Wang Wang pet net believes that it is necessary to feed fresh and non putrefactive animal feed. In order to prevent infection of parasites, fish and meat should be cooked before feeding to dogs. The animal feed often fed includes meat, fish, eggs and by-products of livestock and poultry.

    3. Mineral feed: It is an indispensable material for the normal growth and development of dogs. Used to provide inorganic materials. It mainly includes shell powder, bone powder and other mineral powder. It is easy for lactating female dogs and fast growing young dogs to suffer from calcium deficiency.

    4. Feed additive: It refers to the various ingredients added in the compound feed in small quantities for the purpose of supplementing nutrition, promoting growth, promoting health, preventing feed quality decline, etc. It mainly includes Vitamin additive, microelement additive, amino acid additive, etc. In addition, it also includes antibiotics, insect repellents, digestive, flavorings, etc.

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