How to properly switch an adult dogs dry dog food?
My pitbull currently eats a certain kind of dry dog food. That said, I want to switch my dogs food to a more organic and higher quality dry dog food.
What is the proper routine/process to introduce the new dry food and how long is the process/routine?
Try mixing a little of the new into the old. Gradually increase the proportion of new until you are switched over. Keep an eye on your pets reaction, but typically figure on something like a week or so. And best of luck
How to make other dogs stop eating my dogs food?
I have a food bowl outside for my dog and my neighbors have dogs that they don’t feed and their dogs always come down to my house and my dogs food all the time and i keep running them off and they keep coming back what do i do?
Build a fence or feed your dog indoors.
How do you get your dogs to stop eating from the cat’s food dish?
I have 2 dogs and a cat at my house. They each have their own food dish, the dogs obviously have dog food and the cat has cat food, but my dogs are always eating all of my cat’s food out of her dish, almost to where it is empty. How can I get my dogs to stop doing this? We already know we don’t want to put the cat’s food dish on the table or counter.
I get why you wouldn’t want it put up on a counter or table-cats shed and its not too appetizing pulling the hair out of your food:P I do suggest putting it higher though where the dogs couldn’t reach-get the cat his own little table up too high for the dogs, but low enouggh for the cat to jump to it. Or put in a secure shelf big enough for the cat to move around on and eat. There really is no other solution besides feeding it in a locked room, but I don’t really agree with that. What if its not hungry then and has to wait a few hours to eat again and I’ve heard some cats can be picky and it may not like that at all, so I’d go with a high place for just the cats food where the dogs can’t reach. You could even make little stairs for it out of something so it doesn’t have to jump up to get there. Pick her up and take her up the first few times so she knows the purpose of it:) Hope I helped and good luck:)
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