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Title: A Survey on Dog Feeding Practices in Dhaka, Bangladesh
Authors: Rahman, Md. Atikur
Keywords: General information, feeding practices, dog
Issue Date: Sep-2022
Publisher: Chattogram Veterinary & Animal Sciences University
Abstract: The current study was performed through the period of February 17 and March 16, 2022, at the Teaching and Training Pet Hospital and Research Centre in Dhaka. The objective of the study was to understand the overall picture of dogs and their feeding practices. In this study, 40 dogs were induced. A conducted questionnaire was used to gather the information from the owners. The information showed that businessman made up the majority of the owners (32.50%). Dogs of the local (37.50%) and German shepherd (22.50%) breeds were mostly preferred by owners. The majority of dog owners preferred homemade feed (87.50%) followed by commercial feed. Among commercial feed, drools (5%) and classic pets (2.50%) were dominant because they are more popular. Boiled chicken (32.50%) was dominant protein sources and rice (65%) was dominant carbohydrate sources in case of homemade feeding. Vegetable (70%) were also offered. We can draw the conclusion that owning pets is growing in popularity. Therefore, the marketing strategy for pet feed must be user-friendly for pet owners.
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