Feeding a puppy

Puppy Feeding Tips

Feeding puppies is different than feeding dogs. Give your puppy a great start in life by feeding your baby the right amounts of the right kinds of food.

by dogtime
May 3rd, 2018

Nutrition Guidelines for Adult Dogs

Nutritional requirements vary from one dog to the next. The amount of food an adult dog needs depends upon his size and level of activity. Consider these tips when feeding your adult dog:Your dog’s lifestyle is a factor. A dog of normal activity level should be fed a ‘maintenance’ diet. A sedentary ‘couch potato’ should […]

by dogtime
March 31st, 2011

Feeling bloated isn’t just a nuisance for dogs

Everyone feels bloated at times, and nobody enjoys it. Just like humans, dogs can become bloated for a variety of reasons. A major difference for your dog is that his bloat can quickly become a serious, even life-threatening condition, if left untreated.Bloat occurs when your pet’s abdominal area fills with fluid, foam or excess gas. […]

by dogtime
June 2nd, 2009

Your dog can have allergies, too

Allergies are quite common in dogs. Anything from pollen to chicken flavored treats can bring on an unpleasant reaction. Learn the symptoms and how to treat dog allergies.

by dogtime
May 31st, 2009

Why puppy food?

Must all puppies eat “puppy food” or is it okay to just feed them larger servings of regular dog food?

by Marion Nestle and Malden Nesheim
May 28th, 2009

Safe bones for dogs?

Question:What kinds of bones are safe to give my dog?Answer:There are many different kinds of bones out there, so treating your dog to one once in a while will take a bit of research and some common sense. The most important thing to know is that chicken bones are never a safe idea, but some […]

by Jamie Wolf
May 27th, 2009

Puppy food?

What am I buying when I pick up dog food labeled “for puppies?”

by Marion Nestle and Malden Nesheim
May 25th, 2009

Vegetarian dog food?

Question:I know that dogs like meat, but I’d like to feed mine a vegetarian diet. Is that safe?Answer:Your dog can live a long and healthy life on a strictly vegetarian diet, but just as you would for yourself, make sure that she’s receiving plenty of protein and all the essential vitamins and nutrients.If you’re introducing […]

by dogtime
May 25th, 2009

Stop feeding puppy food?

At what age is it appropriate to stop feeding my dog puppy food and do I need to phase it out gradually?

by Carol Osborne
May 25th, 2009

Know when to say when

Some dogs seem to be bottomless pits when it comes to eating. This tendency is probably inherited from their ancestors whose food supply was not so regular. They had to gorge themselves whenever the opportunity presented itself. As a result, it’s up you to regulate your dog’s meals.How your dog is fed may be as […]

by dogtime
April 27th, 2009

Dietary guidelines for adult dogs

Nutritional requirements vary from one dog to the next. The amount of food an adult dog needs depends upon his size and level of activity. Consider these tips when feeding your adult dog:Your dog’s lifestyle is a factor. A dog of normal activity level should be fed a ‘maintenance’ diet. A sedentary ‘couch potato’ should […]

by dogtime
April 27th, 2009
Load more