How To Change Your Dog Food

If you have ever seen your Furry Friend(s) turn into a “Dyson” on Steroids, the moment the peddle bin falls over or you drop something off your plate at lunch time. You understand the scenario, I am sure. You might be tempted to think your little Thief of a Dyson has a stomach lined with lead.

This in a lot of cases might be the case. However. It’s often best to air on the side of caution when changing Dog food. Especially when it’s an upgrade. It is recommended to change gradually. So, we suggest the following:

We recommend making the switch over a 7 to 10 day period. This gives your dog (and their stomach) a chance to adjust to the new food.

Here’s our plan for switching dog food:

  • Days 1 to 2: Feed 3/4 of the normal amount of current food and add 1/4 of the new food.
  • Days 3 to 4: Serve half the current food and half the new food.
  • Days 5 to 7: Feed 3/4 of the new food and 1/4 the previous food.
  • Days 8 to 10: Serve only the new High Quality Premium Healthy Food. 

If your dog doesn’t seem to like the new food or they experience digestive upset, extend the transition over a few more days. Only change through the process recommended if all is well with your Loving Dog. The aim is to avoid Vomiting and or Diarrhea, this is extremely rare and is nothing to be concerned about unless it is extreme.