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Dog feeding requirements

In this topic we do not talk about what dog food is the best and most suitable, since this has already been said in the previous topic. This topic will be about the feeding requirements. If you find the right food for your dog, not enough only to give it, you need to comply feeding rules, for that dog food would be of supply health, energy and longevity. There are rules for how to be given dog food.

Food for your adult dog have to give twice a day. For growing dogs food should be given smaller portions four times a day. Also, if your dog has digestive problems or stomach is sensitive, give food in small portions several times a day.

Food portions are a very individual thing. Not necessarily the one that is written on the food package and will fit your dog. Portion of the food should be adjusted according to the dog's age, size, energy. Also serving may vary depending on the weather. Remember that the recommended amount of food is only a recommendation, you better know your dog and you must determine how much food to give him. Always is better to give a little less food than over-feeding your dog.

Between people widespread myth that food should always give at the same time, but this is not true. Remember wolves are naturally fed irregularly and certainly not at the same time every day. Once a week for adult dogs can be hunger day. This mimics the natural rhythm of the wild. But you can only do so if your dog is an adult, healthy and do not have overweight.

If you are feeding dry dog food, this point is irrelevant to you. However, if you are feeding meat or fish, remember that food should be at room temperature. Therefore, before feeding remove the food from the refrigerator and leave the food to thaw. Cold foods can cause digestive problems or vomiting.

Drinking water should always be fresh and the food plates to wash. Hygiene is particularly important if you are feeding a dog raw food. Clean the place where dog eats and do not let to carry food in all homes.

Although people love the diversity and well tolerated in a variety of dishes, dog food is something else entirely. It is not advisable to frequent changes in dog food, and if for some reason you have to do this, change the food gradually. Quick food change can cause diarrhea and stomach upset.

Nourish a dog in the same place and do not disturb dog to eat. Often a dog bites a man that is trying to take away their food. You Have to teach a dog quietly give his food plate.

Do not forget that the dog must always have water.

If your dog eats very fast and the food from the plate to instantly disappear, probably a dog include air with food. This may be the stomach and digestive disorders. A great way to avoid this is to put on a plate for larger items that the dog would be more difficult to achieve food and swallowing it with less urgency. If the dog swallows fast food due to competition with other dogs better to feed them separately.

Do not overdo the treats. To give a dog a treat when he deserves it, but not constantly. Also, do not give residues from the table because they will only merely undermine your dog.

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