FOOD TRANSITION GUIDE
For pets with more sensitive stomachs, changing foods can be stressful for their digestion system. Gassiness and loose stools are common and to be expected, especially if they are switching from a lower quality food. We believe that the long-term benefits of eating a quality diet are well worth the short-term cost of a sore tummy. Plus, there are some easy steps you can take to help prevent any problems. Here's a handy guide to transitioning your pet to their new food:
If your pet gets loose stools, go back a step and go slower. It can take 2-3 weeks for extra sensitive pets. Adding a good source of fiber like pumpkin is a quick and easy way to firm up their stool.
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Regularly changing the flavor of your pet's food can be very beneficial to their health. Rotating their diet helps give them a more well-rounded diet and can help to prevent food allergies. Many brands of pet food offer multiple different varieties, making it easy to rotate your pet's food without transitioning. For extra sensitive pets, you can use our transition guide above. We've made rotating your pet's food easy.