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Find the best range of high quality dog food on our online store. We listen to feedback from our customers to try and stock the best dog food brands that are available. To quickly find the information you are looking for, please navigate to it using our dog food guide:SHOP DOG FOOD ONLINE
Puppy formula is a milk containing vital nutrients. Store bought puppy milk replacements are available online and are ideal for your puppy until they are about 4 weeks of age.
Dry dog food is specifically formulated through an extrusion process to create a convenient and healthy meal for your dog. It is best used in combination with wet dog food to help hydration.
Wet dog food: ideal for supporting kidney health and providing hydration. Wet food should be at least 30% of your dogs diet when feeding in conjunction with kibble.
Grain free dog food: (mostly designed for sensitive dogs, with wheat/barley allergies or dogs with GI issues). A dry food formulation without the inclusion of grains. Better for dogs prone to gastro intestinal upsets, skin issues and food sensitivities.
Breed Dog Food: formulated to meet the needs of your dogs breed. This food takes into account the dog’s genetic make-up and what they were initially bred -for, and also considers any health issues they are susceptible to.
The purpose of feeding elderly, but otherwise healthy pets ‘Senior’ food, is to provide the beneficial nutrients to help slow or prevent the progression of changes associated with ageing and to maintain a good quality of life. Senior dog food is developed to consider issues such as energy requirements, joint health and cognitive function.
Provides your puppy with the essential nutrients for this key stage in their development, helping them to grow up happy and healthy.
Like humans, dogs can face a number of issues that effect their health. Issues such as: obesity, dental decay, allergies, or anxiety. There are a number of ‘Specialty’ dog foods available that are formulated to address these needs within their diet
Raw meaty bones are great for cleaning your dogs teeth and helping maintain healthy breath. The bone contains nutrients and will act like a toothbrush by scraping away plaque. Please note: weight bearing bones and cooked bones should not be fed to your dog.
Pet City boasts a wide range of premium brands for puppies through to fully-grown larger breeds. We source quality products from brands that have a good reputation. To help you find the ideal dog food brand, there is a dog food guide at the top which is designed to help you choose the best type of food for your furry friend.
Are you trying to find the best dog food brand quickly? These are some of Pet City's most popular dog food brands that we have selected from our experience of supplying healthy, reputable and organic dog food brands.
The majority of vets recommend what we call ‘Science Based’ foods, that undergo special testing and are formulated from years of researching the field. These brands you’ll see lining the shelves at your vet, and in store as we sell the over-the-counter lines for your convenience.
We also understand that not every pet is the same & and this reason we sell 20+ different brands of both vet recommended, natural and biologically appropriate foods so you’ll find the one that suits your pooch.
Currently, the pet food industry in Australia is self-regulated. AAFCO has provided minimum nutritional requirements. This means the Australian Standards for the manufacturing and marketing of pet food are voluntary.
We recommend taking your pets age, breed and lifestyle into consideration when choosing a diet. There is no right or wrong answer to this question, however we recommend finding the best food that fits within your budget and works for you and your pet.
However, not all foods are created equal and it’s recommended that you discuss the different food options with your vet or chat to a Pet City staff member to help pick the right food for your dog. Pet City will always recommend feeding a premium complete and balanced diet.
Treat your dog to a healthy & delicious raw meat meal. Pet City offers a premium range of raw dog food meats that are ideal for growing dogs.
Feeding a balanced, high quality food is essential for a growing puppy. If you have recently adopted a puppy, it is always best to continue the previously fed diet during the initial transition and relocation to reduce the chance of an upset stomach and stress.
When feeding any premium diet the recommended amount to feed a puppy is dependent on the breed, activity level, age and metabolism. It’s important to monitor the puppy's weight and body condition and consult a vet if needed. As a puppy grows, so does the amount of food they need!
Pet City have a range of premium diets containing essential nutrients and vitamins for your growing puppy's needs - have a chat to our friendly Pet City staff who are trained to recommend the appropriate food for your new addition based on breed, age, and any health requirements.
In most cases, puppies will find their new home from around the age of 10 weeks. At this age, they require constant interaction, food and clean water. Puppies should be offered several small meals a day, approximately 4. Adult dogs should be fed twice a day, smaller meals often is better than one large meal a day.LEARN MORE ABOUT DOG CARE
The science of learning and dog behaviour has proven that positive reinforcement training is the way to go. So yes, stock up on treats when you adopt a puppy as you’ll be using lots of them. Treats should make up no more than 5% of their diet, however if you choose to feed meat-based treats, this offers more room and affordability to feed your dog a lot more.Any treat should always be given in moderation.DOG TREATS ONLINE
Feeding raw meaty bones are highly beneficial for dogs to keep their mouth clean by stripping away plaque. The meat will also contain an abundance of healthy nutrients for your dog. Just remember not to feed them too many, as a balanced healthy diet is vital to maintaining your dogs weight and nutrient balance.
Using dog treats to supplement affection for your dogs can be a very healthy way to bond with your pet. Your dogs will definitely be happy with a small snack every once in a while. Just remember they are a ‘treat’ and should be given in moderation.DOG TREATS