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Providing your dog a well-balanced diet is key in maintaining their health and wellness. Petco offers a wide selection of dog food to meet the needs of pets and pet parents alike. Find standard dry and wet food varieties, in addition to prescription options from top brands like WholeHearted, Hill’s Science Diet, Royal Canin, Blue Buffalo, and Merrick. Enjoy 35% off your first order and free shipping on $35 when you select Repeat Delivery at checkout.

FAQs about Dog Food

The best dog food is different for every dog. It depends on their breed, age, size, current health, and taste preferences. In general, we always recommend high-quality protein sources, a dog food company with a good reputation, a food that's appropriate for your dog's current life stage, and any other requirements noted by your veterinarian.

There are 4 cups of dog food per 1lb. Therefore a 5lb bag of dog food includes 20 cups of kibble.

Dogs can eat certain human-grade foods in moderation, such as pumpkin and sweet potatoes, rice, plain yogurt, nut butters, and lean meats and fish. It’s important to do your research or contact your veterinarian before feeding your dog human food, as some foods may be poisonous to your pup.

There are many reasons for a dog to stop eating, including stress or simply not liking a particular food anymore. If their appetite doesn't return, we recommend speaking to your veterinarian about a possible illness or dental disease.

All dogs require different amounts of food. It depends on their breed, size, age, metabolism, and frequency of feeding. Start by reading the feeding guide on the dog food packaging, and contact your veterinarian for additional questions.

It's best to slowly transition from one food to another. For the first few days keep 75% old food with 25% new food in a bowl. Then switch to 50/50 for a few days. Followed by 25% old food and 75% new food, and finally 100% all new food. This entire process should take around 2 weeks.

Food aggression can be a hard-wired behavior due to a natural instinct—if they don't protect their food, they don't eat. Therefore it's best to simply give them their food in a separate room, away from people and other dogs that trigger the aggression. If problems persist, a specialized dog trainer may be able to help.

This is not an all-inclusive list, but some of the foods your dog should not eat include chocolate, poultry or fish bones, fat trimmings, grapes and raisins, mushrooms, onions, and garlic. Consult this list or contact your veterinarian for information on foods your dog shouldn’t eat.

Cats have their own dietary requirements. As such, cats and dogs should consume food specifically designed for their species. Petco has a selection of wet and dry food for your feline.