Carbohydrate

Carbohydrates are the main source of energy for pet dogs. In order to ensure survival, health, development, reproduction, heartbeat, blood circulation, gastrointestinal peristalsis, muscle contraction and other activities, pets need a lot of energy, and 80% of these required energy is provided by carbohydrates. of. Carbohydrates include sugar and fiber.

Protein

Protein is an important source of body tissues and somatic cells in pet dogs. It has multiple functions such as conduction, transportation, support, protection, and exercise. Protein also plays an important role in catalysis, regulation and maintenance in the life activities and physiological metabolic activities of pets.

Fat
Fat is an important part of pet dog’s body tissue, and it is involved in almost all cell formation and repair. The skin, bones, muscles, nerves, blood and internal organs of pet dogs contain fat. The proportion of body fat in pet dogs is as high as 10% to 20% of their body weight.

Minerals

Minerals include calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, iron and so on. It can keep the pet’s body functioning normally and play a regulatory role.

Vitamins

Vitamin is a low-molecular-weight organic compound, which is necessary for the physique metabolism of pet dogs and requires very little. Under normal circumstances, it cannot be synthesized in the body. Mainly rely on the supply of pet food and dog food. Except for a few vitamins, most of the needs are being added to dog food.

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