Do you recommend feeding wet and dry food together or choosing one on its own?
This really depends whether your pet is a dog or a cat:
For dogs, unless your pet has any medical requirements or strong preferences, we recommend a mixed diet of wet (tins or trays) and dry food for healthy variety.
Both our wet and dry foods are all individually complete, however, they each have specific benefits so we recommend a mix of the two. Wet food has a high moisture content which is especially good for renal health, and dry food is great for dogs’ teeth and is also more nutritionally dense (so you don’t need to have as much of it).
For cats, we recommend feeding a mainly wet food diet. This is because cats are not usually natural water drinkers and therefore, need to ingest moisture through their food. Having a good water intake via their diet is very important to help them maintain healthy kidney function, and this is one of the reasons why we don't recommend a diet of purely dry food for them.
Cats do like to graze though, so our complete and balanced dry food recipes are perfect as a snack throughout the day. And they’re a brilliant way to add some crunch to our delicious wet food.
Always check the feeding guidelines and make sure you follow the recommended level for your dog or cat, as every pet is different.