Your dog is getting older. And just like with people, their eating habits will change, too. Gone are the days when your dog would eat absolutely everything in sight, often with more enthusiasm than you thought possible. Gone are the days when after making the mistake of leaving any tasty morsel of food in your dog’s line of sight it disappeared as if by magic. However, just because your dog has gotten older doesn’t mean they don’t still love a delicious meal. The key however is to put more focus on healthy options as your dog’s years start advancing.
Winter is finally over, and Spring is finally here! With the snow melted and the sun shining brighter and longer, it’s easy to forget how great it feels to be outside again. But fear not, because your dog definitely remembers and they will do all they can to remind you.
When it comes to what makes a healthy food diet for dogs there is no single answer. Like people, dogs are individuals. That means that the perfect diet for one dog might not be the best diet for another dog, and that’s okay. It just means you have to experiment with what food you give your dog, while paying close attention to what they like and don’t like.
Dogs love to eat. Anybody who owns a dog, has been around a dog, or even seen a dog for more than few seconds knows that. Need proof? Drop some tasty food on the ground when a dog is nearby. Do it. We dare you!