Free-feeding, or leaving food available to dogs at all times, is often not recommended by veterinary surgeons. Free-feeding makes it difficult for multi-species or multi-dog households to account for different diets and to track the intake of each dog. In addition, free feeding can lead to obesity when dogs eat too much. This obese dog guide can help determine if your dog is overweight and what to do about it. Always use dog food calculator to determine the dog’s food.
Sticking to a schedule can help your canine companion avoid grazing, feel like a family member, and encourage good eating behavior. You should plan a feeding schedule in consultation with your veterinarian.
Considering Fresh Dog Food
Fresh dog food is often much more digestible than processed kibble, or even processed wet food, so puppies can take advantage of NomNomNow’s recipes to get more energy and nutrients from “less.” Another benefit is that with NomNomNow, you don’t need to worry about when to switch from “puppy” to “adult” food. NomNomNow adjusts the food for you as your puppy grows. In addition, the recipes of NomNomNow include DHA, a nutrient that can enhance brain development, which is an essential component of keeping your puppies mentally sharp.
Adult dogs also thrive on NomNomNow eating, as each meal customizes portions according to weight, activity, age, race, and diet history. Even the most picky eaters are unlikely to be able to resist. More importantly, NomNomNow has a lot of customer success stories, alluding to improved health conditions from obesity allergies. Finally, all of NomNomNow’s meals are specially formulated by Dr. Justin Shmalberg, an in-house certified veterinary nutritionist, so you know what the vet-approved food you feed to your furry friend is.