Puppy feeding guide

Just like children, puppies have different nutritional needs from adults. When selecting puppy food, take the same care you would if choosing baby food for an infant to help ensure they get off to the best possible start. The nutrition you provide them with now lays the foundation for a long and healthy life.


Owning a new puppy is about so much more than just the food you give them. The close bond that you form with your puppy now will last for a lifetime. Of course, you'll train your puppy in the right behaviours, but before all of that it's important for the puppy to feel loved, safe and secure in its new home and with the people who are going to form its new family.

Having already been weaned onto solid food from their mother’s milk by your breeder, your puppy now needs a high quality puppy food that will provide 100% complete and balanced nutrition.

The right food

Choose high quality puppy food

A good quality puppy food will contain high levels of proteins and fats, omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids, as well as a range of vitamins and minerals to keep your puppy in optimum physical condition. The type of protein is also very important, as it provides the nutritional building blocks for healthy growth and development. Choose a puppy food with high quality animal protein such as chicken, lamb or fish.

The expert's choice

We believe a puppy food should contain all of the following

  • High quality animal protein – to support the healthy growth and development for muscles and bones
  • DHA to help puppies learn and be more trainable
  • Appropriate fibre such as beet pulp, and prebiotic FOS to help support healthy digestion
  • Balanced Omega 6 and Omega 3 fatty acids for a healthy skin and coat
  • Vitamin E & C to help support a healthy immune system

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