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I want to start a small business related to dog food. What questions for you as owners are relevant and what is missing in ordinary online stores?

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owner of a Rottweiler

I have been the owner of a Rottweiler for 2 years and I myself can already make a whole guide on its nutrition. I would advise you first to get acquainted with the dietary needs of different breeds of dogs A site I use for my dog is very well written about rottweiler food, and there is also a comparison of different brands of products. Do not forget to distinguish between puppies and adult animals.

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Post was last edited on February 10, 2019 10:38 AM PST

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Understand the food for different breeds.


I have a pug. Pug is a very sensitive breed in dogs. They catch diseases faster than other breeds. So you have to be more careful about the food for different breeds and the food when dogs are sick.

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Food shop

Before startup know about all the breed and the type of foods they eat.

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