Grain-Free Dog Food

Our Grain-Free Dog Foods are rich in essential Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids, which hold various health benefits for your dog. Our foods replace empty grain fillers with high-quality, beneficial ingredients.

Skipper's Grain-Free Dog Foods do not contain any cereals or grains, making it an excellent hypoallergenic choice for dogs, especially dogs with sensitive stomachs.

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FAQ

Is Grain-Free Dog Food good for dogs?

Overall, grain-free dog food is good for dogs, and the suitability is dependent on what nutrients your dog needs explicitly. Therefore some dogs may be better suited to a diet with grain included.

What are the disadvantages of grain-free dog food?

Grain-free foods are generally more expensive than dog foods that include grain, and some grain-free foods may have nutritional imbalances if they haven't been carefully formulated. Finally, grain-free dog foods are unsuitable for less active and older dogs.

How do I change my dog to a new food?

It is generally recommended to follow these guidelines for transitioning your dog onto a new food:
Day 1: 25% new dog food, 75% old dog food
Day 3: 50% new dog food, 50% old dog food
Day 5: 75% new dog food, 25% old dog food
Day 7: 100% new dog food

Should I feed my dog grain-free dog food?

The deciding factors on whether or not you should feed grain-free food to your dog depend on your dog's age, activity levels, breed, weight and nutritional needs.

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