Samoyed dyspepsia may be a problem that owners are more likely to encounter. When the dog has dyspepsia, the owner will see that the dog has diarrhea or vomiting and other symptoms. In order to avoid the occurrence of dyspepsia in Samoa, the owner needs to know exactly what causes the dog’s dyspepsia.
1. Improper feeding. First of all, regular feeding is very important for dogs, because if dogs can not eat the next meal until they suffer from hunger for a long time, they are likely to overeat, resulting in indigestion. In order to avoid this situation, the owner should feed the dog regularly and quantitatively.
Secondly, if the owner suddenly changes food for the dog or frequently changes food for the dog, then the dog is also more prone to indigestion. If you want to change food for your dog, the owner must let the dog have a time to adapt, and do not change food suddenly. At the same time, the owner should also remember to change the dog food infrequently. Third, feeding dogs with food they can’t eat may cause indigestion. Therefore, before feeding dogs, owners must know exactly which food can be given to dogs and which food can’t be given to dogs.
2. Dogs are picky for food. Dogs suffer from indigestion due to anorexia and pickiness. However, as long as the maintenance work is done well, the owners can prevent dogs from anorexia or pickiness, such as developing good eating habits of dogs, not giving snacks at will, etc.
3. Dogs are sensitive to stomach and intestines. Some dogs are naturally sensitive to stomach and intestines. They are more prone to dyspepsia than general dogs. Therefore, the owner needs to provide suitable food for them. In addition, for such dogs, the owners usually have to do a good job of their gastrointestinal maintenance to prevent dogs from some abnormal conditions.
4. Note. If there is dyspepsia in Samoyed, the owner should give the dog timely treatment. When you can’t solve the problem, send the dog to the pet hospital for veterinarian treatment at the first time.