Grain-free puppy food - the proper nutrition from a young age
The dog is one of the best friends of people and of course we want to give your protégé love, care and the best of possible food. The last issue usually makes very individual demands and depends on the age, breed and activity of the dog. Especially for puppies, the nutrition plays a major role in their growth. In particular the calcium content for bone is very important, because too much would lead to long-term bone damage, too little - to fragile weak bones. Also, puppies have a sensitive digestive tract, which requires a particularly gentle diet for the small racers. Food intolerance and allergies can occur when puppy is feeding of grain-containing food, because the starch contained in the grain can be metabolized by the canine organism only to a limited extent. Thus, grain-free puppy food reduces the allergy potential and enables carefree growing up.
Many people believe that puppies can not chew dry food, but it is wrong. From the fourth week, a puppy can get dry food. It can initially be mixed with our well-matched for puppy Bellfor Puppy Milk. Up to the eighth week of life the feed usually can be change completly. The dry food is very well tolerated if it is properly composed and full of nutrients. Our selection of particularly nutritious dry food is exactly what you need, it is made from the best nutrients and is full of all the vitamins, proteins and minerals.
Only the best ingredients
For our grain-free Bellfor dog food we use a high proportion of meat and natural seasonal ingredients, most of which come from our trusted long-term partners - local farmers. Our feed is free of pollutants but is rich in prebiotics and omega-3 fatty acids. Due to the careful preparation of our food, minerals and vitamins are retained to the maximum. When your four-legged friend reaches adulthood, further change in diet will be not required.
When grain is omitted during feed production, sweet potatoes, potatoes or vegetables provide the necessary carbohydrates, fiber, vitamins and minerals. We prefer the sweet potato for our grain-free puppy food, because it is one of the richest of mineral and vitamin vegetable. In addition, its more complex starch structure causes a more gradual increase sugar in blood and thus does not burden the small organism.