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Your Brand of Dog Food vs. Stay Loyal

Unveiling the Key Differences to Help You Make an Informed Choice.
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Price Per Kg When Comparing 15 Kg Bags Learn More
>32% Protein Min Learn More
Always Has 2 Or More Animal Protein Sources Learn More
Always Includes Veggies And Fruit Learn More
Never Has Any Grains Not Even Rice Or Oats Learn More
Always Has DHA And EPA As The Omega-3 Source, Not ALA Learn More
Australian Made And Owned Learn More
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Price Per Kg When Comparing 15kg Bags

When comparing prices it's important to take into consideration the size of the bag. Smaller bags cost more per kg due to a more intensive labour element. It is more important to take ingredients and quality into consideration not just price per kg. Don’t fall for the big brand hype. Also, if shipping is included in the price.

>Protein Min

Protein is one of the most important aspects of your dog’s food. Diets under 28% dry matter in protein can contribute to health issues long term.

Always Has 2 or More Animal Protein Sources

Dogs are considered carnivores because they have a short intestinal tract that allows them to digest Meat efficiently, yet it doesn’t allow them to digest plant matter too well, unlike herbivores who have a very long digestive tract. Because amino acid profiles contained in animal and plant proteins vary, It’s important to know that ANIMAL PROTEINS are considered “Complete” proteins for dogs and cats, while PLANT PROTEINS are considered “Incomplete” proteins. Proteins are the building blocks of life, and that’s why it is so important to feed your dog with foods based on Animal Protein.

Always Include Veggies And Fruit

In place of high-glycemic grains such as rice, wheat and corn, Biologically Appropriate dog foods use fruits & vegetables. Fruits & vegetables contain health-boosting vitamins, minerals, fibers and other substances called phytochemicals, in natural, more biologically accessible form

Never Has Any Grains Not Even Rice or Oats

Dogs are considered carnivores because they have a short intestinal tract that allows them to digest Meat efficiently, yet it doesn’t allow them to digest plant matter like grains. Unlike herbivores that have a very long digestive tract that is designed to eat grasses and grains. Grains are not an appropriate protein source and also are thought to be one of the main culprits in some dogs with allergies.

Always Has DHA and EPA as the Omega-3 source, Not ALA

Basically, there are three different types of Omega-3. DHA and EPA are (Long Chain FA) animal source Omega-3s like in fish oil. The 3rd, ALA, is a (Short Chain FA) plant source omega-3 found in Flaxseed, Canola, and Soy Oils. ALA must be converted to DHA or EPA before it is of any nutritional value to a dog. As dogs have not evolved to do this conversion, ALA Omega-3 from plants is considered "inactive" and not Biologically suitable for dogs or cats.

Australian Made and Owned

There are many imported and Australian made dog foods that are owned by large overseas companies, meaning a lot of your dollars spent leave our wonderful country. If you can find an Australian Made and Owned dog food that satisfies your dogs needs you will be helping more Australians with jobs and the taxes of these Australian companies will stay on our shores.