Feeding your small breed dog

Did you know that your small breed dog has different nutritional needs to large breed dogs? It's not just a matter of kibble size. Here's why you should feed your pooch small breed dog food. 

Small breed dogs

Small dog breeds are usually defined as weighing less than 22 pounds and standing shorter than 16 inches. Some of the most popular small breed dogs are: French Bulldogs, Toy Poodles, Dachshunds, Corgis, Pugs, Pomeranians, Beagles, Yorkshire Terrier and Chihuahuas.

Nutritional needs of small breed dogs

Small breeds have a faster metabolic rate than large breeds. It basically means that their energy requirement per kilogram of body weight is much higher.

But at the same time, small breeds have a small stomach which prevents them from consuming large meals.

For those two reasons, small breed dogs need nutrient-dense foods, with a higher calorie content. To support their health, it's important to feed them foods that are specifically designed for their nutritional requirements in small portions.

MyPetSays Small Breed Dog Food

MyPetSays Grain Free Small Breed  range contains a higher level of crude protein and crude fat compared to our standard recipes. This allows a higher calorie content, which is adapted to the needs of small breeds. We've also made sure to include highly digestible proteins, to make sure they are easily digested in small stomachs. Last but not least, the small kibble size and the delicious taste keep your small dog breed happy!