We help you find the perfect food for your dog
- Your dog’s name.
- The breed of your dog can be selected using the drop-down menu, which is sorted alphabetically. If you have a crossbreed, please select “small, medium or large dog”.
- Simply enter your dog’s date of birth directly in the field or using the fold-out calendar.
- With the three images next to the date of birth, you can select which phase of life your dog is in: puppy, adult or senior.
- In the next field, enter your dog’s current weight.
- Then we still need the gender and if they are spayed or neutered, please check the box.
- You also have the option of uploading a picture of your four-legged friend.
Nutritional status & activity
In the next step, the online nutritionist needs more detailed information about your dog’s nutritional status and activity level. Please try to assess your dog as objectively as possible.
- Your dog is underweight if you can see the ribs and hip bones when it’s standing or if the waist narrows a lot after the rib cage towards the abdomen when you’re looking down on it.
- Your dog is slightly underweight if you can easily see the back ribs while the dog is walking and you can see a slightly narrowed waist after the rib cage towards the abdomen when you’re looking down on it.
- Your dog is of normal weight if you cannot see the ribs when standing but can easily feel them with the flat of your hand without applying any pressure and if you can see a slightly narrowed waist after the rib cage when you’re looking down on your dog.
- Your dog is slightly overweight if you can only feel the ribs with the flat of your hand when applying pressure and if no waist is visible.
- Your dog is overweight if you can only feel the ribs with the flat of your hand when applying a bit more pressure and if no waist is visible
- Your dog is always very active if you do sporting activities with your dog several times a week (e.g. hiking, jogging, cycling, dog sports) and go for walks.
- Your dog is very active if you sometimes do sporting activities with your dog during the week and go for walks.
- Your dog is moderately active if you regularly take it for long walks.
- Your dog is not very active if you mainly take it for short walks.
- Your dog is hardly active at all if, for example, it is sick or old and you don’t walk it much.