Dogs should have their diet, that we, owners, should strictly follow. I know that they are a pain sometimes because they want to eat whatever it is that we are eating. We all should manage to feed the dogs in the right way, otherwise they will small bed, be lazy, or feel tired! Here are 8 signs that you are feeding your dog the wrong food.
1- Bowel Issues
If your dog has diarrhea, or problems with the regular bowel movement, then the food you are feeding your dog is not good for their digestive system.
If your dog has regular gasses then there must be a problem with the food you are feeding your dog. If the frequencies and the smell of the gases are unbearable, then something most be going wrong in their system.
IF your dog is experiencing a lot of scratches, or has skin problems then you are definitely feeding your dog the wrong food. An ingredient must be causing some type of allergy.
If your dog has drastic weight changes in a short time then you will have to check him/her at the Vet. It is very possible that you are feeding your dog the wrong food.
5- Ear issues
If your dog has usual ear issues, and you have tried to get the right medication but nothing works, then you should ask your Vet about any food allergies.
When your dog feels sick after every meal, you should check the food you are feeding him/her. Usually the food causes vomits, or chronic illness.
7- Energy levels
Whenever you see drastic energy changes in your dog, you should treat him/her. Usually the food causes energy level changes because of the ingredients it has!
8- Behavioral Issues.
Food affects everything! If you switched foods and all of a sudden your dog is acting in a way he did not before, it could be the food. For example, if your dog’s food isn’t filling him up, he may start stealing food when before he never felt the need to.
9- Loss of Appetite.
Has your dog always been a good eater until now? If your dog doesn’t want to eat the food, there is probably a reason.
10- Acting hungry.
If your dog is acting hungry all the time, he might not be getting the proper nutrients he needs in his food.