Question by : What dog food is recommended for overweight dogs?
My dog is overweight and I need to help her lose weight. I am going to have her exercise more, but I would also like to change her food. What brand/type of dog food is recommended to help with this?
Answer by Rachel Rose Griffin
Do you let your dog feed itself? I mean, just letting her eat whenever she feels like it? That could be the problem. I think there's a certain amount you should feed your dog daily (like, example, 2 cups for 30lbs of dog). That could be the issue. There's also treats that help with overweight dogs (not 100% positive if they work…but my dog certainly isn't chunky and I let her feed herself 🙂
Exercise should be enough… most dogs have a pretty high metabolism so it'll burn off the fat quickly. I feed my dog the all natural Taste of the Wild and so far no issues there.
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