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As dog owners, we all know how important it is to find the right food for our puppies. We want to give them a balanced diet that supports their immune system and gives them enough energy to play. After all, our pets are part of the family.

When it comes to dog food, there are many current trends and marketing terms that can be confusing to dog owners: raw diet, kibble, grain-free, natural, holistic, organic. The terms can be difficult to understand. Fortunately, The Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center has released a guide which breaks down all of the current pet food trends into simple, understandable information. Now it is easy to interpret what is in our dog’s food and whether or not it is healthy for him.

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Which diet is best for your dog?

It depends. Always consult your veterinarian when deciding on your dog’s diet, as every animal is different. Some dogs will require soft food or raw diets due to dental or health issues. Others are perfectly fine with hard kibble. Your vet should have brand recommendations and give you places to buy your dog’s food. If they don’t, you can always talk to the professionals at your local pet store for specific brand information.

Should we be believed?

Although there is no scientific evidence that raw food is more beneficial to a dog’s diet than kibble, a raw diet gives owners the peace of mind of knowing exactly what your dog is eating.

That being said, owners should be careful when handling raw foods. The Ohio State Veterinary Guide notes that without proper care, raw foods can put you and your dog at risk for foodborne illness. Similarly, a poorly planned diet without proper nutrients can lead to illness and injury in your dog.

We have found that a great solution to these problems is pet plate, a dog food service that uses veterinarian-designed recipes to create a well-balanced raw food diet specifically designed for your pup. Petplate uses a USDA kitchen to prepare every meal fresh, so you’ll have peace of mind knowing your pets are safe from dangerous germs. They also deliver, saving you the time and hassle of cooking yourself.

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Petplate uses human-grade ingredients to create great dishes like barking ox, Chewable chicken, Turkey wagging its tailand Lamb licking lips.

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These USDA organic treats are easy to pull apart and perfect for small dogs.

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Tummy Ticklin’ Digestive Biscuits provide probiotics to support stomach health and stool quality.

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