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Can Food For Dogs is a website dedicated to providing you with the best information possible regarding your dog’s nutritional needs.

We want you to be able to make informed decisions about what your dog eats, and why they need it. We hope that by reading this site, you will have all of the information you need to make an informed decision about what your dog eats, as well as how much fun it can be for them!

Can Food For Dogs

Best Sellers in Canned Dog Food

#1

CESAR Soft Wet Dog Food Classic Loaf in Sauce Breakfast Variety Pack, (24) 3.5 oz. Easy Peel Trays

CESAR Soft Wet Dog Food Classic Loaf in Sauce Breakfast Variety Pack, (24) 3.5 oz. Easy Peel Trays

4.7 out of 5 stars 26,703

$22.99 – $69.97

#2

Purina Fancy Feast Pate Wet Cat Food Variety Pack, Classic Collection Chicken & Beef - (24) 3 oz. Pull-Top Cans

Purina Fancy Feast Pate Wet Cat Food Variety Pack, Classic Collection Chicken & Beef – (24) 3 oz. Pull-Top Cans

4.7 out of 5 stars 26,494

$19.89 – $56.99

#3

Purina ONE Grain Free, Natural Pate Wet Dog Food, SmartBlend True Instinct With Beef & Wild Caught Salmon - (12) 13 oz. Cans

Purina ONE Grain Free, Natural Pate Wet Dog Food, SmartBlend True Instinct With Beef & Wild Caught Salmon – (12) 13 oz. Cans

4.6 out of 5 stars 22,789

$13.71 – $43.99

#4

Purina Beneful Small Breed Wet Dog Food Variety Pack, IncrediBites With Real Beef, Chicken or Salmon - (2 Packs of 12) 3 oz.

Purina Beneful Small Breed Wet Dog Food Variety Pack, IncrediBites With Real Beef, Chicken or Salmon – (2 Packs of 12) 3 oz. Cans

4.7 out of 5 stars 16,559

$17.37 – $98.90

Stella & Chewy's Lil Bites Savory Stews for Small Breeds Beef & Chicken Dinner in Broth, 2.7 oz. Cups
Cesar Classic Loaf in Sauce Wet Dog Food - 11 Flavor Variety Bundle, 3.5 Ounces Each - Pack of 11
(2 Boxes) Merrick Lil’ Plates Grain Free Small Breed Wet Dog Food (Case of 12) with 100ct Pet Wipes

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Purina Fancy Feast Pate Wet Cat Food Variety Pack, Classic Collection Chicken & Beef - (24) 3 oz. Pull-Top Cans
Purina Pro Plan Pate, High Protein Wet Kitten Food, DEVELOPMENT Chicken & Liver Entree - (24) 3 oz. Pull-Top Cans
Native Pet Organic Pumpkin for Dogs (8 oz, 16 oz) - All-Natural, Organic Fiber for Dogs - Mix with Water to Create Delicious

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in Canned Dog Food

Purina Fancy Feast Pate Wet Cat Food Variety Pack, Classic Collection Chicken & Beef - (24) 3 oz. Pull-Top Cans
Purina Pro Plan Pate, High Protein Wet Kitten Food, DEVELOPMENT Chicken & Liver Entree - (24) 3 oz. Pull-Top Cans
PEDIGREE Adult Canned Wet Dog Food Chopped Ground Dinner with Beef, (12) 13.2 oz. Cans

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#5

CESAR Soft Wet Dog Food Classic Loaf in Sauce Grilled Chicken, Filet Mignon, Porterhouse Steak, Beef, Chicken & Liver and Tur

CESAR Soft Wet Dog Food Classic Loaf in Sauce Grilled Chicken, Filet Mignon, Porterhouse Steak, Beef, Chicken & Liver and Turkey Variety Pack (36) 3.5 oz. Easy Peel Trays

4.7 out of 5 stars 16,703

$32.00 – $74.90

#6

Blue Buffalo Homestyle Recipe Natural Adult Wet Dog Food, Beef 12.5-Oz Can (Pack of 12)

Blue Buffalo Homestyle Recipe Natural Adult Wet Dog Food, Beef 12.5-Oz Can (Pack of 12)

4.6 out of 5 stars 8,925

$25.38 – $73.05

#7

Purina ONE Natural, High Protein Gravy Wet Dog Food, SmartBlend Tender Cuts in Gravy Beef & Barley - (12) 13 oz. Cans

Purina ONE Natural, High Protein Gravy Wet Dog Food, SmartBlend Tender Cuts in Gravy Beef & Barley – (12) 13 oz. Cans

4.6 out of 5 stars 12,403

$13.77 – $51.45

#8

Pedigree CHOPPED GROUND DINNER Adult Wet Dog Food Variety Pack, Beef, Bacon & Cheese Flavor, Bacon and Filet Mignon Flavor, a

Pedigree CHOPPED GROUND DINNER Adult Wet Dog Food Variety Pack, Beef, Bacon & Cheese Flavor, Bacon and Filet Mignon Flavor, and Meaty Ground Dinner with Hearty Chicken Flavor, (30) 3.5 oz. Pouches

4.7 out of 5 stars 14,523

$16.19 – $52.99

#9

PEDIGREE Homestyle Meals Adult Canned Soft Wet Meaty Dog Food Roasted Chicken, Rice and Vegetable Flavor in Gravy, (12) 13.2

PEDIGREE Homestyle Meals Adult Canned Soft Wet Meaty Dog Food Roasted Chicken, Rice and Vegetable Flavor in Gravy, (12) 13.2 oz. Cans

4.7 out of 5 stars 8,059

2 offers from $42.85

#10

PEDIGREE Adult Canned Wet Dog Food Chopped Ground Dinner with Beef, (12) 13.2 oz. Cans

PEDIGREE Adult Canned Wet Dog Food Chopped Ground Dinner with Beef, (12) 13.2 oz. Cans

4.6 out of 5 stars 15,292

$25.00 – $46.19

#11

Hill's Science Diet Wet Dog Food, Adult, Sensitive Stomach & Skin, Chicken & Vegetable Entrée, 12.8 Ounce (Pack of 12)

Hill’s Science Diet Wet Dog Food, Adult, Sensitive Stomach & Skin, Chicken & Vegetable Entrée, 12.8 Ounce (Pack of 12)

4.6 out of 5 stars 9,332

$53.00 – $99.89

#12

PEDIGREE Chopped Ground Dinner Adult Canned Soft Wet Meaty Dog Food Filet Mignon Flavor & With Beef Variety Pack, (12) 13.2 o

PEDIGREE Chopped Ground Dinner Adult Canned Soft Wet Meaty Dog Food Filet Mignon Flavor & With Beef Variety Pack, (12) 13.2 oz. Cans

4.7 out of 5 stars 5,579

4 offers from $19.99

#13

Purina Pro Plan Grain Free Wet Dog Food, Classic Beef and Chicken Entree - (12) 13 oz. Cans

Purina Pro Plan Grain Free Wet Dog Food, Classic Beef and Chicken Entree – (12) 13 oz. Cans

4.6 out of 5 stars 8,506

$28.97 – $99.95

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Before you decide among commercial, home-cooked, and raw food for your dog, it’s important to have a basic understanding of the building blocks of a healthy canine diet.

Before you decide among commercial, home-cooked, and raw food for your dog, it’s important to have a basic understanding of the building blocks of a healthy canine diet.

The quality of your dog’s drinking water is also important. Most tap water contains chemical additives, such as chlorine and fluoride, as well as heavy metals such as lead and cadmium, which can be harmful to your dog’s health.

While it’s true that dogs drink from ponds, puddles and — horrors — the toilet, these water sources are teeming with bacteria and parasites. You can reduce the risk of infection by providing your dog with only bottled or filtered water.

Proteins. Proteins build and maintain muscles, organs, bones, blood, body tissues, hair, nails, and the immune system. Many foods contain protein, but the best sources are beef, poultry, fish, eggs, dairy products, grains, and soy.

Adopted dogs with a history of poor nutrition may be at risk of developing a protein deficiency. Signs of a protein deficiency include:

  • Dry, brittle fur
  • Poor muscle development
  • Anemia
  • Growth problems
  • Weakened immune system

If your adopted dog comes to you with some or all of these symptoms, talk to your vet.

Protein levels that exceed a dog’s minimum requirement do not pose a problem to healthy dogs, unless your dog has impaired kidney or liver function (your veterinarian can monitor organ function with regular blood tests), or an allergy to a particular protein source.

Recent research has shown that previous recommendations to reduce protein intake for senior dogs was not sound. In fact, healthy senior dogs may need significantly more protein than their younger counterparts because they metabolize the protein less efficiently.

Fats. Fats are the main source of dietary energy (or calories) in a dog’s diet and provide the most concentrated source of energy in foods. One gram of fat contains more than twice the energy than one gram of protein or carbohydrate. They are needed for healthy skin, coat, eyes, brain, and other tissues.

Healthy fats come from sources such as:

  • Chicken fat
  • Lamb fat
  • Sunfl ower oil
  • Herring oil

Carbohydrates. Along with proteins and fats, carbohydrates are one of the three major nutrients in food and a major source of energy for a dog’s body.

Sedentary dogs have a lower energy requirement than their more active canine counterparts to produce the energy needed to fuel their brain and muscles. Most commercial dog foods contain as much as 30 to 60 percent carbohydrates because a minimum proportion of starch is needed in the formula for the commercial extrusion process, and, many believe, because carbohydrates are less expensive than proteins and fats.

Dogs can’t digest uncooked grain as easily as meats, so if grains are fed, it is important to cook them to increase digestibility. Simmer rice or other grains until they are soft. To add a little extra flavor, cook them in chicken or beef broth.

Good sources of carbohydrates include:

  • Rice
  • Corn
  • Potatoes
  • Barley
  • Whole grain breads and other grains

Vitamins and Minerals. One thing a dog’s body can’t do on its own is make vitamins (though vitamin C is an exception).

Vitamins and minerals such as calcium, iron, and magnesium are essential nutrients that can be found in the following foods:

  • Bread
  • Dairy products
  • Fish
  • Fruits and vegetables
  • Grains
  • Milk

While most commercial pet food manufacturers claim their products are “complete and balanced,” (a claim they substantiate through feeding trials or by meeting certain requirements) these products may lose necessary vitamins and minerals, which may be destroyed by the heating process.

There is some debate as to whether a dog’s diet needs to be supplemented with vitamins and minerals so you may want to consult a holistic veterinarian before doing so. Holistic veterinarians have all the same training as a conventional veterinarian but incorporate alternative medicine (this might include homeopathy, acupuncture, chiropractic, herbs, etc.) in their practice, as well.

Fatty Acids. Dietary fatty acids can be classified as essential and nonessential.

Nonessential fatty acids can be synthesized within a dog’s body at a level that meets the pet’s requirements, whereas essential fatty acids cannot be synthesized, so they must be supplied in the diet.

Dogs require one essential fatty acid (linoleic acid), which is a type of omega- 6 fatty acid. Linoleic acid helps the body to:

  • Regulate the blood fl ow to body tissues
  • Clot blood after an injury
  • Reproduce normally
  • Respond to injury and infection by boosting the immune system
  • Maintain a handsome coat and healthy skin

This fatty acid is found primarily in grains and animal fat, and is provided at appropriate levels in high- quality dog foods.

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