Understand your dog's special dietary needs. Categorize special dog foods into two types:
These are needed for dogs that suffer from a specific disease or medical problem
Low-fat dog foods are ideal for overweight dogs and those with specific conditions like pancreatitis and Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
Grain and gluten-free diets have gained popularity as some believe dogs don't naturally consume grains. Therefore, they suggest excluding grains and gluten from their diet.
Dogs with diabetes lack insulin production, leading to unregulated blood sugar levels and spikes.
Runny poop in dogs is often caused by sensitivity or allergy to certain ingredients in their diet, such as proteins or grains.
Dogs with skin allergies may need a special diet with limited ingredients, avoiding common allergens. Find foods designed for dogs with sensitive skin.
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Manage special diets for dogs with proper information and veterinary guidance. Allow time for the transition and ensure your dog's well-being throughout the process.