Top 7 Best Low Protein Dog Foods. (Kidney or liver problems)

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Low protein dog foods are case sensitive type of food, therefore, you should not introduce it to a healthy dog’s diet. Vise versa, if your dog is in the beginning of having a kidney failure or a high protein related illness, switching to a low protein dog foods will certainly help your pet improve.

Thus, you should always follow your dogs’ diet and health in parallel.

Even though dogs need protein to grow, heal and stay active, dogs owners must sometimes lower the amount of protein their dogs takes. For instance, dogs suffering from kidney diseases. For more information visit our Post about Low Protein Dog Food.

Cases where Dogs Need Low Protein Dog Foods:

according to Barbra from, dogs with the following conditions need low protein dog foods:

  • • Kidney problems
  • • Inflammation of kidneys
  • • Liver issues
  • • Urinary stones
  • • Natural aging
  • • Large breed dogs at risk of overgrowth
  • • Lyme disease
  • • Portosystemic shunt
  • • Cirrhosis

Kidneys role is to filter waste and toxins from the blood, and maintain the normal balance of fluid and minerals within the body.

As pets  getting older, damage to kidney tissues may occur (especially if they are overused).  This process is irreversible, and will lead to further loss of kidney function.  Renal dogs may also experience loss of appetite and their caloric intake might decline, which may lead eventually to loss of muscle mass.

In case your dog is sick and you need to put him under a low protein dog food diet, here is a list of the top 25 best low protein dog foods available out there, according to customer ratings and major websites rankings, such as dog food advisor, pet guides, top dog tips, and others.


None of these dog food brands is sponsored, they are chosen according to a universal criteria; consumers ratings in major stores, polls and surveys held through social media (Facebook, twitter), beside other important factors like brand reputation, sales volume, basic information like ingredients, price range…etc.  As a result, theses rankings are not influenced by non of the mentioned brands or whatsoever.If you have any recommendations, suggestions or you just disagree, please leave a comment and/or contact us through our social medias.

Each brand provides a variety of options, flavors and benefits, so, make sure to check all the brands and take your time picking up what suits you and your dog the best, and of course, make sure to consult your vet first.

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