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3 Good And Cheap Shih Tzu Foods

Who said we need to spend a fortune on dog food to feed our Shih Tzu well?

Fortunately, as can be seen here, there are good rations with a more affordable price for those looking for the best for their Shih Tzu. After all, we usually can’t stop at just one Shih Tzu, can we?

The rations are classified according to their cost-benefit

5 Balance (Adults) – Balance

A novelty in the market, very easy to find, Balance presents a great cost-benefit, displacing competitors of the same level.

With a very balanced composition, Balance has a digestibility superior to 80%, making your Shih Tzu enjoy the nutrients very well and eat a smaller amount.

Warranty Levels:

Humidity (Max.) 120 g/kg
Crude Protein (Min.) 240 g/kg
Ethereal Extract (Min.) 100 g/kg
Fibrous Matter (Max.) 40 g/kg
Mineral Matter (Max.) 100 g/kg
Calcium (Min./Max.) 8,000 g/kg – 22 g/kg
Phosphorus (Min./Max.) 6,000 mg/kg – 14 g/kg
Potassium (Min.) 5,000 mg/kg
Sodium (Min.) 2,000 mg/kg
Taurine (Min.) 1,000 mg/kg
3 Birbo Premium (Traditional) – Nutrire

Premium food with great cost-benefit, Birbo pleases even the most boring Shih Tzu when it comes to eating.

It has excellent palatability, in addition to a digestibility superior to 75%.

Warranty Levels:

Crude Protein (min.) 200 g/kg
Ethereal Extract (min.) 90 g/kg
Fibrous Matter (max.) 50 g/kg
Mineral Matter (max.) 120 g/kg
Calcium (min./max.) 10 g/kg – 24g/kg
Phosphorus (min./max) 6000 mg/kg – 16g/kg
Sodium (min.) 2000 mg/kg
Omega 6 (min.) 10 g/kg
Humidity (max.) 100 g/kg
Metabolizable Energy 3250 kcal/kg
1 Don Perro – Nutribarrasul

Standard category feed, with Premium characteristics, Don Perro feed has a good composition and digestibility superior to 77%.

Don Perro also offers a different flavor, attracting the taste of dogs, unlike most foods in this group.

This is probably the best Standard dog food on the market!

Warranty Levels:

Moisture g/kg (max.) 100 g/kg

Crude Protein g/kg (min.) 200 g/kg

Ethereal Extract g/kg (min.) 110 g/kg

Fibrous Matter g/kg (max.) 35 g/kg

Mineral Matter g/kg (max.) 90 g/kg

Calcium g/kg (min.-max.) 13 – 20 g/kg

Phosphorus g/kg (min.) 10 g/kg

Linoleic Acid g/kg (min.) 18 g/kg

Linolenic Acid mg/kg (min.) 1,800 mg/kg

Saponins mg/kg (min.) 10 g/kg

Metabolizable Energy kcal/kg 3,500 mg/kg

Which are your favorite dog foods that you use for your Shih Tzu?