- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
And indeed this behavior does suggest something is very wrong. ... It's distressing to watch your dog pace and circle relentlessly. ... Cushing's disease is a common endocrine disorder in older dogs caused by an excess of the hormone cortisol.
Most older dogs do best when they receive several small meals a day rather than one or two. ... Does My Old Dog Need A Supplement ? .... They may pace endlessly, vocalize, walk in circles, loose their housetraining and ability to interact with ...
open the capsule and pour the contents onto a plate
place it in a line and divide the line evenly into 3 portions
each portion will be 58 mg which will be ok as dosage is on dogs weight add the powder to the food save the rest till next dosage time and divide the rest in 1/2 and feed 1 portion ,leaving the last portion for the next dosage time
the dog is trying to tell you something if he doesn't like it
the animal is smart enough to know that what ever it is that you are forcing him to eat is not necessary for his well being
just feed him at the same time every day with a prescribed amount of regular dog food and he will survive ok
It appears that you are a victim of clever advertising program if you believe that dogs need additives and calorie boosters.
think about what dogs eat naturally and they survive on that for many years
There are several brands of Calming Supplements
that you can get on line, but I would consult a vet before giving this to the
dog. Maybe the dog has a reason for behaving this way and giving him vitamins
will not solve the real issue he may be having. Don't replace vitamins with an
actual caring for the dog.
By eating processed dog food, most dogs receive a completeand balanced diet. If your dog eats homemade food, he may need the supplements.In any event, you should consult with your vet and by understanding the dog'sdiet, he will be able to give you the proper vitamins, if needed.
It is hard to know if
a dog food is good apart from what the stockiest tells you. If you are really
unsure you should ask your vet, they would have all the information you need. I
also found this website that tells you about all the ingredients of dog food
and what each one is for http://www.woodhavenlabs.com/dogfoods.html