dogs  food


Question by  Diana (46)

What kind of food do I give my Yorkshire terrier?

I just got a Yorkshire terrier.


Answer by  JenaMae (794)

I highly recommend "Science Diet" pet food. I've used it on my 1 year old pomeranian since I got her. If your yorkie is a puppy, get the small kibble or the soft food from "Science Diet." You might want to continue with the small kibble for adults after puppyhood since the dog's mouth will always be small.


Answer by  eilrol (1431)

According to my friends that have this breed is either Biljak or Science Diet. These foods are made from quality products. By products are not used at all.


Answer by  zombieguy (986)

Most dogs do just fine with commercial dog foods available at your local store. Higher quality dog foods can be purchased from pet stores or your local vet. If you select a dry food for your Yorkie, select one with small pieces to make it easy to chew.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

They do the very best on Kibble Selct by Pruina it gives them a complete balanced diet in a bag and do not ever give the dog table scraps for some reason it will make those little guys sick every time.


Answer by  shall8188 (266)

Homemade dog food is the very best, using ingredients like fresh chicken, beef, vegetables, turkey, fruit, rice, and oatmeal. Store bought food is good too, just check all ingredients first.


Answer by  Roland27 (16334)

Make sure the food is formulated for a small breed dog. Small Breed dog food is made for smaller dogs so they can chew the pieces easier and has special nutrients.

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