Protein is the most important part of our pets’ diet because it provides essential amino acids, which are indispensable for pet health. Given that a high percentage of their diet is based on protein, then it should be good quality. On the other hand, the more variety of proteins there are in a dog or a cat’s diet, the greater their biological contribution will be. Therefore, if a dog has no allergies it is better to regularly feed it a diet varied in high-quality proteins.
Furthermore, various scientific studies have proved that puppies fed a variety of foods during their first year have a lower probability of developing food allergies later on. The protein sources of Summit 10 are: Chicken, Lamb, Fish and Eggs