Carbohydrates are the main source of energy for omnivorous animals, like humans and dogs, and are especially important when energy needs are high, such as during youthful growth, lactation and pregnancy.
However, modern dry dog food formulas contain 30 - 70% carbohydrates, whereas a wild canine diet wouldn't exceed 30% carbohydrates. Excessive carbs can also contribute to obesity - a problem which affects more than 50% of dogs.
Posted by Luca Trainer on Friday, September 29, 2017
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