Where I live the only option of Grain Free is Farmina N&D.
I read somewhere that Grain Free foods have high level of fats and proteins.
As a food for a senior dog should have low level of proteins and high level of fibers, the indicated food of Farmina is not Grain Free… What’s the point?
Is there any Grain Free with low level of proteins and high level of fibers indicated for seniors dogs or dogs with some disease?
I’m writing from Brazil.
Thanks a lot
P.S. Where do I suggest a food to be reviewed? Here we have the Biofresh food (http://ww2.hercosulalimentos.com.br/biofresh/pt/conceito) and I’d like to know what specialists think about it.theBCnutMember
Healthy seniors do not need to have their protein reduced. They are less able to absorb the protein in their diet but their need for protein remains exactly the same, so they may need up to 50% more high quality proteins.
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