A dog’s diet should be nourishing and balanced – just like yours. This also seems to be a secret of dogs that live long and healthy lives.
Coincidence? We think not.
Just the right combo of vitamins, minerals, protein, and complex carbohydrates boosts the immunity of your pooch, glows up coat to a shinier one, energises it and contributes to overall health.
Many people treat dogs as if they’re nothing more than fluffy trash disposals – offering them all kinds of threats and food scraps. However, that’s a recipe for a disaster cooking in a dog’s gut and leading to different serious digestive issues.
The road to a dog’s upset gut is often paved with the owner’s good intentions. They often might not even realise how the food they give to their pup is the reason for their dog’s digestive issues – let alone symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea or any other alarming problems.
For some dogs, digestive issues that cause pain and discomfort affects their appetite. And refusing food worsens their conditions even further.
Diagnosis and treatment of digestive problems require great care, but they should also be on the top of your to-do list. When a dog’s gut issues go undiagnosed for a long time, they can get progressively worse and prolong the suffering of your pooch.