Frequently Asked Questions
Why is Formula K high in protein? And how it would help my dog lose weight?
Higher levels of protein produce diets lower in carbohydrate, and hence assist with weight loss.
I often hear this myth about not feeding dogs high protein. And that’s what it is, just a myth.
My dog Clifford (writes Kit) has been on Formula K for three years, and he's slimmer and more full of beans than he used to be.
What happens when my dog gets down to his correct weight? Do I go back to my old dog food?
Yes, if you want. Alternatively, put him on the increased amount of Formula K shown on the pack as 'To Maintain Weight'.
Is Formula K suitable for dogs with diabetes?
Yes. Dogs with diabetes are often recommended to have a high fibre and moderate carbohydrate diet, and Formula K fits well into this category. So Formula K would be good for your dog.
It contains no preservatives or colours, and contains only high quality natural ingredients, which again makes Formula K ideal for your dog.
As a precaution, we recommend that you seek dietary advice from your vet before choosing a dog food.
Is Formula K suitable for a dog with pancreatitis?
Yes, Formula K is ideal for dogs with pancreatitis because it's low in fat and high in fibre. But consult your vet if your dog is ill.
How does Formula K compare to competitors' products?
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What is a safe amount of weight for my dog to lose?
Your dog can safely lose 3-5% of its body weight per month.
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