Today's dog will most likely be on the border between carnivores and omnivores - so we can consider him an omnivorous carnivore or a carnivorous omnivore.
Recommended amount of fat contained in the dry matter of the feed:
growing dog: 17% in dry matter
adult dog: 9 - 15% in dry matter
adult working dog: 20% in dry matter
lactating bitch: 17% in dry matter
The need for basic nutrients
pyramidaPes needs to receive in a feed ration a balanced ratio of protein, fat and carbohydrates, which serve as a source of energy and basic building blocks. In addition, he has to obtain essential nutrients from feed, which are vital for him, but he cannot produce them in sufficient quantities himself. There are about 37 of these essential nutrients in a dog, and in addition to minerals and vitamins, they also include essential amino acids from proteins and essential fatty acids from fats.
Energy-supplying nutrients: proteins, carbohydrates and fats. Nutrients that do not provide energy, but important for their production: minerals, vitamins and water.