I get a lot of training questions and tend to guide them to finding am actual trainer in their area. Or I'll share ideas on how to mix up training in new ways, but that's just owners trading thoughts.
Something I'll never give advice on is pet nutrition. I'm not remotely knowledgeable on this and rely on friends, the Google (some of the Google) and this account. Give @pet.nutrition a follow. She'll lead you in the right direction.
My last post comparing kibble serving amounts got a lot of attention from pet owners on Facebook. There were supporters of the 4-5 star brands and then there were others that could not believe that Royal Canin was in the same category as Purina and Iams. The chart is based off of DogFoodAdvisor.com where they rate a pet food based on ingredients alone. This picture below shows what is really in Royal Canin, Purina, and other low quality foods. Does this look heathy to you? Does this look like something your pet should be eating? NO! Dogs are carnivores. They do not need or process corn, wheat, rice, etc. Manufacturing companies buy these unnecessary ingredients because it is cheap and a filler in pet food. These ingredients are not species appropriate and they HARM pets, they do not help your pet or provide optimal heath. The first few ingredients in a dogs food should be meat. This does not mean "by-products". As you can see below, by-products are not made up of only meat from an animal, it is a variety of body parts. A simple Google search was able to tell me the list of ingredients in these dog foods, as you can see in the pictures. Do your research, read the ingredients list, look up each ingredient, find out where the ingredients are sourced from, look at food recalls, and what the manufacturing facilities standards are. If you have any additional questions about high or low quality food, you can ask me AND do your own additional research. #PetNutrition