Homemade Frozen Dog Treats
There is nothing worse than getting up in the middle of the night to get a drink of water and – yuk – step into
something cold (or warm) and wet with bare feet.
You are almost afraid to turn on the light and see what it is you squashed with your foot. It has to be done.
The absence of smell made you a little braver in turning that switch.
There it is: A fairly large pile of vomited dog food, some of it undigested. This, being the third time in one
week such a pile was found, is making you think….what is the problem with the dog?
Could it be that Fido has food sensitivity and needs to get dog food for sensitive stomachs?
One clue that a dog has a food sensitivity to his usual fare is that a) he vomits quite frequently, and b) his
bowels are protesting and he has to eliminate more than what seems "normal." Of course what is normal for one dog
may not be normal for other dogs.
In general, you have a pretty good idea that something is wrong, when bowel habits change right after you find
that bargain brand of dog food and feed it to your beloved pet. The powers of observation may have to be engaged
when he needs to go outside because not only is frequency of elimination a clue, the consistency of said
elimination will also suddenly be different. Instead of having semi-solid excrements, you will see your dog
struggling with diarrhea.
There is a difference between dog food sensitivity and dog food
allergy, the allergy being more uncomfortable to bear. Food sensitivity can be treated simply by giving your
dog a brand of food that is gentler for him to digest.
Checking out the brand names of dog food on the market, it is important to read the labels. Most will draw your
attention somewhere on the bag claiming to be the number one food for allergies. Quite a number of brands are
excellent in their choice of ingredients.
They include only quality proteins and carbohydrates in their ingredients. Rice and potatoes make up the
carbohydrate portion, rather than cornmeal wheat and soy; turkey, salmon, lamb, and rabbit, not meat byproducts,
comprising the protein portion. Even the combination of those innocuous ingredients may not be a safe recipe for
The best thing to do is to buy just the smallest size bag or a couple of cans if you feed canned food and see
how your dog tolerates it. You may even have to switch from canned food to dry food or vice versa in order to give
that sensitive stomach lining a rest. If you cook your
own dog food, it goes without saying that you refrain from adding little dashes of anything that's spicier than
plain white rice.
Usually, a trial and elimination period will give you your answers regarding the brand of dog food for sensitive
stomachs you need to buy. It may be a bit pricier to feed Fido, but the love we get in return is worth so much more
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