It takes buckets of energy to grow, learn and play. This means puppies have different nutritional requirements to adult dogs.
Puppies have tiny tummies, so to keep them topped up with the energy and nutrients they require it is essential to feed them ‘little and often’. Small dogs reach maturity at nine to 12 months of age, so they need a diet specifically formulated for them until this point.
If you are unsure, please check the feeding guide found on all our products. Treats are great for teaching good behaviour. For the rest of the time though, the best thing for your new addition is to feed a quality, complete and balanced diet, specifically prepared for his or her age.
As your dog reaches maturity, it's a good time to settle them into a regular feeding routine.
As your dog reaches maturity, it's a good time to settle them into a regular feeding routine that can remain pretty much unchanged until they reach their senior years.
The Cesar range includes healthy and tasty recipes, offering a complete, balanced diet for your dog – from puppyhood right through to old age.
Your dog becomes a senior when he or she reaches the age of about seven.
As your pet enters this new life stage, physical changes start to happen that are sometimes difficult to notice. During dogs’ senior years, their digestive function slows down a little, and their senses become less sharp.
It’s really important to ensure their diet reflects this need by being highly digestible and really tasty.