Precise dog food is claiming to be one of the best choices you can make for your dog’s daily diet. But almost every food producing company claims this, am I right? That is why in the next few lines we will see what does the company says about its products, which are the ingredients they use and what consumers can say about it. At the end you should have a clear image if this food fits and accomplish your dog’s needs or not. The company says that they started the business from a high passion they have for dogs. This is a very good point to start a business. If you add passion to everything you make, the results should be just great. They say that the sources of the ingredients are very secure, nothing that you can find in Precise dog food shouldn’t worry you because nothing is outsourced. As a result, they address to the dog owners who really care about their dogs, who are very attentive to the daily diet of their dog and who would do anything for their dog’s sake.
If it is to judge about the ingredients used to produce Precise dog food we could trust it a lot. Everyone knows that natural ingredients whose source is mentioned on the label can only help our dogs to live a longer and a healthier life. What does Precise food actually contains? The ingredients are much diversified to offer your dog all he needs for a balanced diet. It’s a long list of ingredients, but I will mention all of them so that you can convince yourself if this dog food is good or not: chicken meal, rice bran, ground brown rice, chicken fat, oatmeal, fish meal, flaxseed, chicken cartilage, sunflower oil, natural chicken flavour, menhaden fish oil, salt, potassium chloride, dicalcium phosphate, calcium ascorbate, choline chloride, zinc amino acid, iron amino acid, fermentation products, cobalt amino acid, calcium carbonate, vitamin A and E supplement, niacin, B6, B1, B12, D33 supplement, folic acid, calcium iodate and selenium yeast.
Do you think these ingredients are rich enough to offer your dog a balanced diet? If you think they are and you decide to give your dog this food, just check on the list to see if your dog doesn’t develop any allergy to one or more of the ingredients. Even if these ingredients aren’t between those who can cause allergies. But it’s always better to check twice so that you can be sure of what you feed your dog.
I don’t want here to convince you to buy a certain dog food and do not buy another. I try to be as realistic as possible and read between the lines of the labels to give you the most objective opinion that is supposed to help you make a decision about what to feed your dog and what not to. As a matter of fact it’s your choice as you know better than me what your dog really needs.