Despite their domestication, dogs and cats remain carnivores. Their diet must take into account their nutritional needs, specific to their anatomy and physiology.
Despite their domestication, dogs and cats remain carnivores. Recent studies show that a diet rich in animal protein is perfectly adapted to their anatomy and physiology. Our diets respect this fundamental principle.
A carnivorous diet favours protein of animal origin. It is close to their natural preference, and provides them with all the essential nutrients. Beware of some vegetarian or vegan diets, which can lead to serious deficiencies and illnesses in carnivores.
Carnivorous diets have a reduced amount of starch, which is a source of energy that is poorly used by cats and dogs. An adapted diet helps to maintain muscle mass and mobility, prevent weight gain and certain urinary disorders, and contribute to the quality and health of the skin and coat. All these benefits are proven by studies and are quickly visible.
Kibble-based complete diets are balanced and easy to use. Cats and dogs do not need daily variation in their diet. In fact, keeping them on the same diet consistently is better for their digestive system and helps prevent imbalances... provided that the kibbles are of good quality!