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Choosing high-quality dog food is an important part of keeping your pet healthy and happy. Dogs need protein to build strong muscles and keep a shiny coat. The right food also helps your dog maintain a healthy body weight, and aids in good digestion. Basically, quality food in equals increased energy, extra playfulness and a better quality of life at every stage of your dog's life. Dry dog food not only provides good nutrition, crunchy bites act as a natural toothbrush, reducing the build-up from too much wet food or people food. Studies show that the bigger the kibble the better for preventing tartar build up, as well as offering a daily dental chew treat. Dogs can suffer from grain and gluten sensitivity just like their human counterparts. And dogs typically show signs of problems with grains in their skin, coat and tummies first. Grain allergies can also result in hair loss, chronic ear infections and inflamed, red paw pads. If your pet has any of these symptoms, your first stop is the veterinarian. Once you've determined that no other problems exist, an elimination diet will tell you if a grain allergy or sensitivity is the culprit. Dogs with food sensitivities often need a little extra enticement to eat, especially when digestive issues have been a problem. Adding grain-free wet food to dry helps give an extra layer of flavor that your dog can't resist. Older dogs, dogs with specific health issues and small breeds often prefer wet food to dry. As long as your dog is getting a crunchy dental treat each day, a diet of mostly wet food is fine, especially if your dog's appetite is a little off. Read labels carefully to make sure the canned food you choose is all natural with high-quality proteins listed as the first ingredients.