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Bow Check - What goes into the food

What does pet food actually contain? And why?

Your dog's feeding bowl should contain sufficient, balanced amounts of over 25 vital nutrients each day. Achieving a nutritional balance in this respect is crucial to the quality of the dog food. If the daily rations contain the following ingredients and nutriends, the feeding bowl's contents is correct:

  • Carbohydrates

    (starch from cereal, potatoes, rice etc.) and fat (vegetable oils, fatty meat) as a source of energy
  • Protein

    including individual amino acids(from meat and innards, cottage cheese, curd cheese)
  • Bulk elements

    calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sodium, potassium and chlorine
  • Trace elements

    iron, zinc, copper, manganese, selenium and iodine
  • Fat-soluble vitamins

    A, D, E and K and water-soluble B vitamins
  • Fibre

    (fruit and vegetables) which regulate the bowel movements and have a positive effect on the intestinal flora.  

Integral pet foods meet the dog's enery and nutrient requirements completely, as specified by the Pet Food Directive. This means that additional supplements are not necessary. All you have to do is take account of your dog's size, age, constitution and energy requirement when selecting the correct pet food. Our pet food search can help you to do this.


Those who feed Mera Dog can rely on the Mera CareConcept. The integrated nutrition system is based on the latest scientific findings, and fulfils all the requirements of modern pet food. High-quality ingredients promote health, well being and performance - in every dog.