Fibrous portion of a Dog Diet
The vegetables cells present in the cellulose of the membranes constitute the not digested fibrous portion of the diet, direct or indirectly, by the non-herbivores mammals. This crosses the digestive conduit and provides volume and consistency at the excrement. When the dog receives a meat diet, lacking of fiber, the dog's excrements are a tarred color, soft and with bad scent. It is adequate that the dry substance of the diet contains about 2% of coarse material (or better know as fiber).
Balanced dog diet: A balanced diet is that one that provides the correct quantities of nutrition use for a good reproduction, maintenance, work or growth of the animal. The dog's digestive capacity is extremely flexible, that even though if the diet differs in their composition, it will still be a balanced diet for the animal.