Recommended Food For Cocker Spaniels?
What Should I Feed My Spaniel?
I was told that cocker spaniels cannot have wheat etc. in their diet. My mother-in-law had a cocker, who recently passed away, and she ate a science diet which I know contains corn and such like items.
Would it be wrong or dangerous for me to feed my new cocker spaniel puppy kibble and bits which contains corn and wheat?
Reply from Pauline (Web Owner)
Many dogs and puppies fare well on a diet that contains corn and wheat, however, some dogs simply can't tolerate it and develop either a food allergy or an intolerance.
Corn and wheat are often considered as 'fillers' for the more cheaper brands of dog food. Always check the food manufacturer's ingredients label to view the full nutritional value of the food.
Vets often recommend a diet of hypoallergenic food to help fight the allergy.
I recommend you feed your cocker on the best dog food you can afford.
If you'd like to learn more about healthy dog food, or the cocker spaniel diet, simply follow the link.
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