Grain-Free Dog Food
Affordable grain-free dog food at bitiba: Brand diversity and quality
Dogs love the taste of fresh meat. Dogs with sensitive digestion are especially prone to issues if their food is enriched with grain-based additives. The best way for these carnivores to get protein and fat is from high-quality meat. Hence, our range of grain-free dog food offers the best brands at affordable prices. Dogs suffering from allergies benefit from a natural diet with as much meat as possible. If you wish to feed your dog as naturally as possible, you will find suitable foods here.
When can grain-free dog food be helpful?
Some dogs are prone to food allergies and don't tolerate well food containing grain and gluten. Digestive or skin problems may be the consequence if there is a food intolerance. For instance, if your dog doesn't tolerate food with grain like wheat, a grain-free dog food is the right choice. This doesn't just apply to the main food, i.e. wet or dry food, but to snacks too. At bitiba, we offer a big selection of grain-free treats for your four-legged friend.
Which is the best grain-free dog food?
The best grain-free dog food depends on your dog's individual preferences, the desired flavour and specific nutritional requirements. There are different versions of both wet and dry grain-free foods. Some are specially designed for puppies, growing or senior dogs, whilst others feature monoprotein formulations and are suitable for exclusion diets. Furthermore, there are reduced-calorie foods for overweight dogs and many other special formulations tailored to specific health requirements. It's easy to find out which dog foods are grain-free, because bitiba has its own grain-free category with a wide range of top brands. Some manufacturers have even specialised fully in grain-free dog food.
Is grain bad for dogs?
If your dog tolerates grain-free food well, there is nothing wrong with a certain amount of grain. Oats, rice, wheat and the like can provide additional nutrients not found in meat and act as a quick source of energy. It's important that there isn't too much grain in order to avoid digestion problems like bloating or vomiting, as well as the consequences of excessive carbohydrate consumption – like obesity.
Tip: If you would like to give your dog oatmeal, soak it beforehand for better digestibility. In addition, there are entirely grain-free options such as potatoes that act as easily digestible sources of carbohydrates.