Wet Dog Food For Puppies

Help your new furbaby grow up big, strong and happy with wet puppy food. This special food is made just for youngsters to support brain, organ and lung development and set the foundation for a long, happy life right by your side.

Many pet parents start their furbabies on wet dog food for puppies instead of kibble because it is easier to eat and extra tasty. There are many palatable textures to choose from to entice every pup. Chucks in gravy wet food options feature chunks of goodness in a paw-licking-good gravy. Stew wet puppy food is inspired by your fur-avorite slow cooker recipes. Also, you don’t need to stick with cans! Another option is wet dog food pouches which are su-paw easy to serve.

Choosing the right dog food for your furbaby is one of the most important decisions you’ll make for him. That’s why we offer a variety of wet dog foods and dry dog foods so you can find the paw-fect one for your pup. Plus, if your vet suggests a special diet for your dog, you can explore our options for grain free wet dog food, limited ingredient wet dog food and wet dog food for sensitive stomachs. While you’re here, don’t forget to stock up on dog treats to help with training your new pal and surprising him throughout the day. Shop at Chewy 24/7 for wet puppy food and more to help your new BFF live a happy and healthy life with you!

Frequently Asked Questions:

Do puppies need wet food?

Puppies usually need wet food or semi-moist foods for the first couple of weeks after they wean from their mother’s milk. In addition to choosing wet puppy food, you can moisten dry puppy food with a little bit of water. Wet food is a good option because pups are still learning how to chew, although some get the hang of it sooner than others. Puppies all have different needs, so you should always consult with your vet to decide which food is best for your pal.

How much canned food should I feed my puppy?

How much canned food you should feed your puppy depends on a number of factors. Dogs have different nutritional needs depending on size, metabolism, breed and feeding schedule. It can even vary based on the number and calorie content of the puppy treats you use during training. Talk with your veterinarian to figure out how much canned puppy food you should be serving your furbaby.

Does wet puppy food need to be refrigerated?

Yes, wet puppy food should be refrigerated after opening like any other perishable food. When it’s covered properly, most wet food will stay fresh up to three days. Dog food can covers can help you easily store leftover dog food properly so it’s readily accessible for his next mealtime. Always refer to instructions from the canned puppy food manufacturer to see how your pal’s food should be stored.

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