The Pride Brand Pet Food

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Dogs Love It, Guaranteed!

  • Less Filler = More Nutrition per Serving
  • Lower Cost
  • Less Clean-up
  • Beautiful Shiny Coats!
  • Made in the USA

Types of The Pride Pet Food we offer:

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Adult Formula

Adult Performance

High Performance

Pro Series (Chicken & Rice)

Endurance Plus

Puppy Food

Tips About Feeding Your Furry Friends

Some dog owners forget that humans require a variety of foods to ensure the consumption of nutritionally balanced meals. A quality dog food has a proper balance of all the nutrients a dog requires together with a high level of palatability.

Adding human food to a nutritionally balanced commercial dog food may upset the nutrient balance of your dog’s diet. Ideally, table scraps should not be fed. You may also be creating behavior problems. Your dog may begin to steal food from the table or the food preparation area. Try feeding your dog at regularly scheduled times, such as when the family is having breakfast or dinner. Feed only enough to maintain your dog in good body condition. Ignore its coaxing for additional food, or give hugs instead.

Here are some of the foods to watch out for:

  • Milk is a food and not a substitute for water. Once a dog has been weaned or reaches weaning age, they don’t require milk as a food source. Some dogs may even develop an intolerance for milk.
  • Repeatedly adding raw eggs to a dog’s diet can cause a deficiency of the vitamin biotin, which can lead to dermatitis (inflammation of the skin), loss of hair and poor hair growth
  • Some raw fish can cause a deficiency of the Vitamin Thiamine. Signs of a Thiamine deficiency include Anorexia (complete loss of appetite), abnormal posture, weakness, seizures and even death
  • Raw meats may contain parasites and bacteria and do not contain a proper balance of nutrients if fed alone. Although meat is a source of protein, it has very low levels of Calcium, a mineral that dogs require for proper bone and tooth development. Skeletal problems may occur overtime if fed large quantities of raw meat.
  • Raw liver, fed daily in large quantities, can cause Vitamin A toxicity in dogs.
  • Small soft bones (such as pork chop or chicken bones) should never be given to your dog, as they may splinter and lodge in the mouth or throat
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