I'm not so sure if it would be harmful for my dog to change its product of food.
My shitzu dog has been eating a product for about a year. But the shop selling the product closed down. I don't know if it would be harmful to suddenly change the product of food. Pls help ASAP
Depends on the breed of the dog and what you are changing them too. Best to consult a vet.
Mix in a little bit of new food with the old food. For ten days add a little more new food into the old food, so that on the 11th day you have completely switched to the new food. If you adjust them slowly it will not be harmful. Just make sure the new food you feed doesn't have ingredients like corn or soy near the top of the ingredient list.
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