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About us

For many years we have been offering our pet food premium brands on the Internet.

Our motto: Bello-Mieze & Co.  Your specialist for cereal-free dog and cat food

The quality and our range of cereal-free wet and dry food (from inexpensive basic quality to premium qualities with over 70% meat content in the dry food (at Canis Gold) is convincing.

Order online and have the desired feed conveniently delivered to your home.  Or you can use our

Food - Abo

You send us an e-mail with the desired feed and the delivery rhythm. As the feed subscription is only valid for direct debit payments, please also send us your IBAN number and the name of the account holder.   - That's it !!!

There are no notice periods !!!  -> In case of change or or -> just send us a mail or call us briefly!  Tel. 0160-77 49 234

 

We offer our premium brands "Lucano" and "Canis Gold" and also other dog food makings. e.g. from Caldor and Premio Vital -> both cereal-free dog food also for dogs with allergies or dogs and cats with sensitive nutrition.


NOW SOME GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT DOG FOOD
What does the dog need?
To help you develop a new awareness of what your dog actually needs and what you can confidently do without, we explain what you should look out for when buying good dry food. Your dog will thank you for it.

 

What dogs really need:
Dogs are carnivores and omnivores by nature. Fresh meat is also good for them. This is because a dog's organism is designed to be able to utilize an animal's intestines, meat and bones. A dog's meal should also contain fatty acids. Minerals and vitamins additionally strengthen the health of your dog. For example, the addition of vegetables, some fruits or herbs and certain oils to the food is appropriate for the species.

protein:  
Proteins are found in all body cells and are involved in all central tasks in the body, such as the formation of hormones and enzymes or tissue regeneration. Essential for dogs are above all amino acids, the smallest building blocks from which proteins are built. The proteins taken in with food are broken down into amino acids in the body. A distinction is made between "essential amino acids" and "non-essential amino acids". Your dog cannot produce essential amino acids itself and must take them in with the dog food. Non-essential amino acids, on the other hand, can be produced by the dog itself. The body does not store the amino acids taken in with food, but uses them for synthesis processes in the muscles, organs, skin and hair. Or they are converted to glycogen or fat and stored in this form as energy.

Both animal and vegetable sources serve as protein sources in dog food. Animal protein sources are meat (usually beef, lamb, rabbit, pork, horse), poultry (often ducks, geese, chickens) and animal by-products (such as offal or meat, bone and poultry meal).

 

Fat content:
Fats are energy suppliers in dog food and contain essential fatty acids. They also act as flavour carriers and thus ensure the acceptance of the food. Fatty acids are divided into saturated and (poly)unsaturated fatty acids. Saturated fatty acids serve as energy carriers, unsaturated ones have other important tasks in metabolism.

Fat sources can be of animal and vegetable origin. Animal fats in dog food come from the tissues of mammals, poultry and fish. These include beef tallow, lard, poultry fat and fish oil. Vegetable fats originate from vegetable oil. Commonly used vegetable oils are corn, sunflower, thistle and soybean oil.

 

What dogs do not really need:
Your dog would not eat teeth, claws, claws, feathers or bones of an animal by itself. But often these things are also processed in animal meals. ( the cheaper the food is, the more cheap fillers and animal meal are contained ).  

Grain is not fundamentally harmful to dogs (that is why we also offer cheap food with grain), but it is also not really useful, because dogs cannot use grain well. There are, however, diseases where feeding with cereals is actually not recommended. For example, more and more dogs react allergic with skin irritations, itching, etc. to different types of cereals.