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    There are many forms of carbohydrate in puppy food. For example, we are familiar with the carbohydrate, which is the energy supply material in the body and can provide the daily needs of the dog. Other carbohydrate and dietary fiber are also necessary for the puppy.

    Carbohydrates are nutrients that are almost exclusively present in plants. The basic elements of sugars are simple forms of monosaccharides, the most common of which is glucose. Sugars such as starch and sucrose can be digested and absorbed, while cellulose is an indigestible carbohydrate. Carbohydrate is the main source of energy, which can promote the physical function of dogs. Different substances have specific functions. Starch is a kind of complex polydextrose, which exists in cereals (wheat, corn, rice, etc.) and potatoes, and is the energy source. Rice added to dog food should be selected to ensure digestibility so as not to cause diarrhea.

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