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  • 8kg of Kibble That Counts - Kangaroo, Sweet Potato and Superfood Extras 8kg of Kibble That Counts - Kangaroo, Sweet Potato and Superfood Extras
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Our Dry Dog Food offers your dog the best nutrition without any unnecessary preservatives. When your dog dives into a bowl of Petzyo's premium grain-free Dry Dog Food, you can bet they'll love every bite–and you'll love knowing that your dog's food is formulated to support their health from puppyhood to their golden years.

Plus, when you choose Petzyo’s kibble dog food, you’re choosing a company committed to doing good for dogs, their owners, and the future of our planet.

Our Kibble That Counts proves that our Dry Dog Food can be an affordable, sustainable superfood.

 

Benefits Of Dry Dog Food 

Dry dog food, or kibble, offers several benefits that make it a popular choice among pet owners. Here are some of the key advantages:

  • Convenience: Dry dog food is easy to store and has a long shelf life. It doesn't require refrigeration, making it highly convenient for everyday feeding and ideal for travel.
  • Cost-Effectiveness: Dry dog food is generally more economical than wet food. It comes in larger bags and offers more servings per pound, providing good value for money.
  • Dental Health: Dry dog food's hard texture helps maintain dental health by reducing plaque and tartar buildup. Chewing kibble can stimulate gums and clean teeth, potentially reducing the risk of dental issues.
  • Nutritional Balance: High-quality dry dog foods are formulated to be nutritionally complete and balanced for daily feeding. They provide all the essential nutrients in the right proportions that a dog needs to stay healthy.
  • Ease of Measurement: Dry dog food makes it easy to measure precise amounts of food portions, which can help maintain a consistent and balanced diet. This is particularly beneficial for weight management.

 

Petzyo's Dry Dog Food Offers These Flavours and Ingredients

Our line of low-fat Dry Food for dogs has an option for every breed and size. From kangaroo to salmon, our flavours are as rich as your love for your dog. We believe Dry Food doesn't have to be boring, so we use premium, Australian-sourced proteins in all of our kibble types.

Salmon & Oceanfish: Salmon, ocean fish, and green-lipped mussels are packed with Omega fatty acids for optimum immune support and decreased inflammation. They also help your dog's coat glow, so your dog shines in everyone else's eyes as much as your own. Mussels are also a natural source of glucosamine and chondroitin for added joint health, especially if you have a senior dog. This seafood-packed recipe is a tidal wave of Dry Dog Food flavour.

Chicken & Turkey: This formula offers your dog lean protein and a medley of fruits and veggies for a meal filled with vitamins and fibre. Not only will your dog fall head-over-tail for their chicken and turkey dinner, but they will be able to somersault all evening long since chicken also helps keep their muscles, joints, and bones strong.

Kangaroo & Sweet Potato: Our richly flavoured kangaroo recipe will leave your dog jumping with joy. Not only is kangaroo lean red meat packed with iron and zinc for healthy red blood cells. Sweet potatoes are also a natural source of antioxidants, vitamin A, and fibre.



Dry Dog Food FAQs

What is Dry Dog Food?

Dry dog food is a type of dog food that is processed and dried into small, hard bits. It’s commonly known as kibble and contains a mixture of ingredients like meat, grains, vegetables, and sometimes fruits, along with added vitamins and minerals, to ensure a balanced diet for dogs. These ingredients are ground up, mixed, extruded, or baked under high heat to create hard, crunchy pellets. This process removes moisture from the food, allowing it a long shelf life and making it easy to store. Dry dog food is popular among pet owners due to its variety of textures, flavours, and kibble sizes, catering to the individual preferences of different dogs. Additionally, it's easier to store and serve and has a longer shelf life than wet dog food. 

Will Petzyo adjust my dog’s Kibble That Count serving as they grow?

Yup. As your puppy grows into their paws, we’ll remind you of their growing need for more dog food. How do we know just how much food should wind up in your dog's dish? Our veterinary nutritionist has helped us calibrate our serving size calculator based on your dog’s activity level, size (and breed if known), and age.

Can I mix Petzyo’s raw dog food with Kibble That Counts?

Pawsitively! While our Kibble That Counts is Australia’s highest quality kibble, many dogs enjoy the meaty richness of our Raw Royalty mixed in. To ensure your doggo is receiving the right balance for their nutritional needs, you can simply divide your dog’s suggested serving by the ratio of raw to kibble that you want your dog to have.

For example:

If your dog will eat a 1:3 ratio of raw food to dry, you would want to provide your dog with 25% of their daily serving of raw food and 75% of the suggested serving of Dry Food.

Mixing raw and Dry Food is also a great option if you are planning to transition your doggo from a Dry Food diet to a raw food diet.

Is Dry Dog Food good for my dog?

Yes, dry dog food is good for your dogs. The right Dry Dog Food provides dogs with the ingredients they need for sustained health and joy. At Petzyo, our grain-free dog food recipes are filled with the highest quality ingredients to support a healthy mind and body for man's best friend. We create healthy, fresh, and flavourful dog food that is guaranteed to make your dog's tail wag and provide them with a boost of energy to support that wagger!

Is it okay to feed a dog only Dry Food?

Yes, it's okay to feed a dog only dry food as long as it is high-quality pet food and meets all nutritional requirements appropriate for your dog’s age, size, and health condition. Dry dog food, known as kibble, is specifically formulated to provide a balanced diet, including essential proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals. Additionally, kibble can benefit a dog’s dental health by helping reduce plaque and tartar buildup. When choosing a dry food for your dog, ensure it adheres to standards set by regulatory bodies like PFIAA and AAFCO, such as the Petzyo brand.


Since dry food contains little moisture, always ensure your dog has access to fresh water to prevent dehydration. Moreover, consider any specific health issues or dietary needs your dog might have that could require different food or supplements. Some dogs may also prefer a combination of dry and wet food, which can offer dietary variety and ease of digestion.

What Dried Foods are good for dogs?

Good dried foods for dogs include those high in protein, with real meat varieties like chicken, beef, or fish as the primary ingredient. Buy dried foods that incorporate whole grains, fruits, and vegetables, providing necessary vitamins and minerals. Ensure the food is appropriate for your dog’s life stage and size.

Why do vets recommend Kibble?

Vets often recommend kibble because it's specifically formulated to meet all nutritional standards, helps in maintaining dental health by reducing tartar and plaque buildup, and is easy to measure for consistent and balanced feeding.

Should you mix Dry and Wet Dog Food?

Mixing dry and wet dog food can be beneficial as it combines the advantages of both. This mix can enhance the flavour of the meal, increase moisture intake, and can be particularly appealing to picky eaters or older dogs with dental issues or reduced sense of smell.