Is canned food OK to feed my dog?
I know canned dog food has gotten a bad reputation somehow, but to me the bad rap is undeserved. If you read the nutrition on the label for dry and wet food, most canned foods have less fat and carbohydrates than their dry counter parts. To me the advantages of dry are greater convenience, lower cost, and an extended in bowl feeding time (you should not leave canned food out for more than a couple of hours). The advantages for canned are more appetizing, longer shelf life, and easier to chew. The solution at our house is to mix the two and get some of the advantages of both types of food.
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