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Dog digestion conclusion

The Bottom Line:

Generally speaking, many digestive problems can be prevented (or lessoned) with diet.

Don’t change your dog’s brand or type of food frequently, and feed him smaller meals several times a day. Avoid giving him table scraps, and do not feed your dog any of the following: bones from meat, poultry, or fish; baby food; cat food; calcium supplements; chocolate; hops (beer); coffee, tea, or other caffeinated drinks; fat trimmings; grapes or raisins; vitamin supplements for humans; macadamia nuts; milk or cheese; mushrooms; onions or garlic; citrus oil extracts; persimmons; raw eggs; raw fish; sugary foods; tobacco; or yeast dough.

Make sure fresh water is always available

In addition, making sure your dog gets enough exercise is key to his digestive health – but avoid exercise right after a meal. Ideally, exercise should be taken before eating, and never sooner than two hours after a meal.

While digestive disorders are quite common in dogs, fortunately most upsets resolve quickly and easily. Successfully treating persistent problems depends on two things: thorough diagnostic detective work by both you and your veterinarian and strict
adherence to the prescribed treatment program.

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