Find a great selection of premium food brands for your dog or puppy. Kellyville Pets has a huge range of dog and puppy food at the cheapest special prices. You can come instore or buy pet food online and get it delivered to your house. Cheap food delivered fast with same day dispatch for orders before 12pm. Kellyville Pets has the best range of Pet Food online.
With high-quality dry food, you can help your dog stay healthy by ensuring you can give the nutrients needed. Our range cover food for puppies, food for active dogs, food for overweight dogs and food for senior dogs. We also have an large range of canned and a comprehensive range of Pet food online.
All of our Pet Lovers Club members receive a free bag of food when they have purchased 10 of the same type. This includes online and in store purchases.
Here at Kellyville pets we stock the best quality super premium dog food in Australia.
With our price match guarantee we will always have the cheapest prices for pet food.*
We stock both wet dog food in tins and dry dog kibble.
Our large range consists of the correct food for all dog life stages, from puppy right up to senior dog diets.
We also stock food for specific health needs and breed requirements.
What do I feed my dog?
To decide the correct food for your dog you must consider the dogs’ age, size, weight, breed, energy and dietary requirements.
Wet, tinned or dry dog kibble?
Wet food is great for elderly dogs with few or no teeth, young puppies with small teeth or dogs after dental cleaning or surgery. Tinned food will also help fussy dogs gain interest in food.
Poor quality tinned food is around 75% water which in not beneficial to your dog. A good quality tinned food would be the same ingredients and nutritional value as the equivalent dry food but slightly more moist.
A dry biscuit is extremely beneficial to your dog’s health in many different ways. For dental health a dry dog biscuit will help clean your dog’s teeth as well has being high in fibre for ease of digestion.
Dog food by age
What dog food do I feed my puppy?
A puppy under 12 months must always be on a puppy specific diet as their bones and muscles are growing quickly. Premium puppy food in Australia has added DHA for healthy development of eyes, brain and learning ability meaning the dog is easier to train. An age appropriate puppy food must be offered as early as 4 weeks of age either in a wet form or a watered down kibble for when the puppy is ready to start weaning off their mothers milk.
A large breed puppy must eat food specially designed for large breed dogs.
Puppy formulas have optimum levels of calcium for controlled bone growth as well as L-Carnitine for strong muscles and joints
Small Breed puppies must eat a food designed for small breed dogs. A small breed dog food must have a small easy to digest biscuit that will also clean the dogs teeth.
Puppy food is available online or in store in a wet tinned food also which is great for small fussy puppies or for puppies who don’t have teeth yet but are ready to start weaning from their mother’s milk.
What do I feed my adult dog?
When deciding what to feed an adult dog the breed requirements and dogs size requirements must be taken into consideration.
An active working dog must eat a diet high in fat to minimise burning lean muscle and meet high demanding energy needs.
A quiet little dog would be better suited to a dry dog food that forces them to chew their food as they can get quite lazy and that is low in fat and carbs to prevent them from putting on weight.
What do I feed my elderly dog?Mature dogs have very different dietary requirements to their younger counterparts. Eldery dogs need higher levels of glucosamine and chondroitin in their dog food for joint and muscle health and higher levels of beneficial L-carnitine to burn fat and maintain healthy body condition.
Special dog dietary requirements
What do I feed my overweight dog?
When feeding a fat or 'over-loved' dog it is important to feed a high quality dog food and be strict with their diets. This means giving them less treats and snacks from the dinner table and sticking to a low fat, low carbohydrate dog food. Light dog food is available online.
What do I feed my dog with poor oral health?
A dogs teeth are one of the most important tools a dog has. A dog uses its teeth for eating, protection and showing body language. A specific oral health dog food is best for any dog with poor dental health. A diet high in fibre is clinically proven to reduce tartar in the dogs’ mouth and plaque build-up while increasing whole body health. Dog Kibble shape that is designed for dental health will also improve oral health.
What do I feed my dog with sensitive skin?
To pick a dog food for a dog with sensitive skin, a high quality protein must be used. For example a dog with sensitive skin needs a protein such as fish like salmon or tuna, or lamb or chicken based dog food which is gentle on the dogs’ stomach and in turn improves your dog’s skin health. A diet high in omega 3 and omega 6 is best for a dog with sensitive skin.
A dog food high in vitamin E will also improve dog skin health while promoting a healthy, glossy coat.
What do I feed a pregnant dog?
It is important for a pregnant bitch to have extra fat, protein and carbohydrates in her food as she is growing her puppies. A puppy formula is best to feed a pregnant dog. Puppy food is available online.
A diet high in vitamin C and vitamin E consumed by a pregnant dog will provide the building blocks for a healthy immune system of the puppies. Added DHA in the dog food for a pregnant bitch will also develop healthy development of brain and eyes in the puppies.
What do I feed my nursing dog?
It is best to feed a lactating dog on the same puppy food formula as the pregnant dog was eating during pregnancy. A lactating bitch needs extra calories to sustain her own health while feeding her puppies. A nursing bitch eating a low calorie diet while nursing puppies while suffer from poor body condition as well as a dull coat and sometimes constipation as the puppies are consuming the nursing bitches much needed nutrients.
What do I feed my dog that has a sensitive stomach?
A dog with a sensitive tummy need s a diet with a high quality protein as well as a gentle fibre.
A gentle fibre in a dog’s diet with a sensitive stomach will aid in bowel function and prevents diarrhoea and constipation.
How do I know if my dog has a sensitive stomach?
A dog with a sensitive stomach will have a lot of gas. A dog with wind could be caused as the food it is consuming is too high in protein or carbohydrates. Wind in a dog could also be a sign that a particular ingredient in the dogs food does not agree with the dogs stomach and is causing bowel irritation. Some dogs have a noisy tummy which means it is struggling to expel gas.
Another clear sign that a dog may have a sensitive tummy is that the dog may be vomiting.
A dog may have a temporarily upset stomach if their food is changed dramatically, it is important to slowly change your dog’s diet if the dogs’ diet needs to be changed. This is done by adding the new food to the current dog food over a few days: for example day 1 would be 75% original food to 25% new food, day 2 would consist of 50% original dog food to 50% new dog food, day 3 25% original dog food to 75% new food, day 4 can then be 100% new dog food. Slowly changing a dog’s diet will prevent upset stomachs, vomiting and diarrhoea in dogs.
Breed specific dog food
Some dog breeds have special dietary requirements to prevent known genetic problems in the dog’s life.
For example breeds with small mouths may require a particular shaped kibble designed for easy pick up. Or dog breeds with known joint problems will benefit for a diet high in glucosamine and chondroitin for joint health.
Breed specific diets are available for quite a few breeds, beagle, boxer, cavalier, Dachshund, Chihuahuas, pug, Maltese, Poodle, German Shepard, Labrador, Cocker Spaniel, Golden Retriever, Jack Russel, Shih Tzu, West Highland Terrier and more. If there is not an available food for your dog specific breed you may find an adequate equivalent, for example and Basset hound would benefit greatly from a dachshund specific diet as they have very similar body types and dietary needs.
Grain free dog food
Grain free Dog food available online and in store at Kellyville pets.
Some dogs benefit from a grain free diet. A low fibre diet is better for some dogs and may explain why a dog gets regular diarrhoea or has bad wind.
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