DRY VERSUS WET

2022-01-01T08:00:00.0000000Z

2022-01-01T08:00:00.0000000Z

Manila Bulletin Publishing Corp

https://manilabulletin.pressreader.com/article/283536569105061

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Both dry and wet food have their own pros and cons. Generally, dry food is more nutrient-dense than wet food per serving, because it has very low moisture levels, giving more room for nutrients. On the other hand, wet food nourishes while providing enough water for a cat. Using them alternately is better than using just dry food. If you check the label carefully, there is always a reminder for humans to make water available to their animal companions at all times, especially when feeding them dry food, because it doesn’t have enough water. Wet food, on the other hand, has more water content, which means it has fewer nutrients per volume. When choosing wet food, opt for those with higher protein content from animal sources and with the least amount of fillers, whether or not they contain beneficial nutrients.

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