It is important to provide your pet with balanced food, as it contains proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, fibers, vitamins and minerals —all the necessary nutrients for a healthy life.
Changes in your pet’s diet must be made gradually. Mix equal parts of the new food with the food you were feeding until fully replacing it over a period of 10 days.
Choose the food type according to the age of your pet. For example, puppies need more nutrients and energy than an adult dog.
Avoid feeding your pet with bones, as he or she may swallow them, causing severe injuries in the digestive system.
Cats should have taurine included in their diet to ensure eyesight and heart health.
It is essential to feed your pet with the amount indicated in the feeding chart. A larger portion would only make him or her gain weight.
Small- and medium-sized dogs should be fed with “RAZA Perros Cachorros” (RAZA for Puppies) until they are a year old, and in the case of bigger dogs, until their first and a half year of life.
Dogs should not be given chocolates or onions, as they contain toxic substances.