what to do when my dog stops eating

If there’s one thing that is even more reliable than your alarm clock, it’s your dog. He’s up and ready to chow down in the morning and, if you feed twice daily, he knows right when dinner time is. But what happens when the dish is still full? When your pooch seems to have lost his appetite and interest in food?

When your dog stops eating, it may be a signal that he is experiencing an issue with his health. What do you do next?



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5 Ways to Exercise Your Dog This Winter

Oh, the weather outside is frightful - and Fido’s behavior isn’t so delightful. They say that a tired dog is a good dog, and there’s a lot of truth in this! When they are stimulated both physically and mentally, undesired behaviors (e.g. destructive chewing, barking, digging in the trash, eliminating inside, etc.) are curbed. Their health, of course, also improves as exercise keeps weight in check and hearts healthy. When they’re not… well, you start to see a lot of issues.



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