The vet told me I should be feeding my 13 1/2 year old cocker spaniel low salt as he is now a heart patient. She told me to get a food with .20% or less sodium…the food I was giving him was .36%…what food do people out there use for the dogs with heart problems?
Do a search for “low sodium” and you will find a couple suggestions. There aren’t many because dog food companies are not required to report sodium, so you have to call individual companies and ask for their as fed level.
That is a hard question because sodium amount is not always specified on food levels but I think you’re best bet would be to feed raw like primal, stella and chewy’s, Nature’s variety are excellent foods and raw is all natural no salt, and has excellent health benefits in general! good luck!!
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