Case Study: My Experience With Animals
Why You Should Feed Your Dog on a Schedule We in the modern world are so used to having food available all the time, and to eating whenever we like. That’s perhaps why a lot of us leave food in our dogs’ bowls day in and day out. Unless your vet recommended free feeding for your dog specifically, there are worthwhile advantages to giving your pet separate meals regularly instead. Here are the main reasons planned meals are better for both your dog and you: Better Housetraining
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Housetraining success has a lot to do with giving your puppy enough opportunities to poop and pee when and where he should. If you know when the food went in, you’ll have a more accurate idea when it’ll come out. Let’s say your puppy just went for a toilet break and he has urinated. If you don’t know when he last ate, you also wouldn’t know when he might poop, making it more likely that he’ll have an incident in your living room. Not only is clean up disgusting, but whenever your puppy eliminates indoors, he’s also reinforcing in his mind that indoors is the right place to do it.
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Easier Dog Health Monitoring Both you and your pet will be happy if you feed him regular, separate meals rather than keeping his bowl full the whole day. Maybe your dog is up for his regular checkup, or maybe you just took him to the vet because he’s been looking quite under the weather lately. Keep in mind that dog food can promote bacterial growth. So do discard the leftovers and make sure to wash that bowl with soap and hot water no less than twice everyday. Managing Behavior Problems Say you have two dogs and one of them is always bullying the other one around. Most probably, the more aggressive dog is also hogging the food you provide in a communal bowl. Feeding them separately and regularly can be part of your plan to manage the pets’ behavior. This way, you can make sure that both dogs are getting their share of the food, and the more aggressive dog isn’t getting rewarded for food hogging. As Aid to Training Feeding your dog regular meals keeps you aware of when he’ll likely go hungry. Knowing when he’s hungry is going to be a big advantage for you in terms of training. If you train when he’s hungry, food is going to be more important to him. Usually, when a dog owner says his pet won’t work for food or has no interest in food, it’s because the dog’s bowl is topped up all day long. Such dogs are l ike people with a fat trust fund–they won’t feel an urge to work to earn more money.