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Your Dog A Food Gobbler? How to Safely Slow Down Your Dog's Eating.


Interactive Feeders May Just Be The Trick

Just like for us, eating food slowly and chewing it before swallowing it is better for our dog's health. Feeding your dog from an interactive feeder or toy, rather than a standard bowl, may be perfect for them.

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Topics: Dog Training, Signs of Bloat, GDV, Dog, Dog Food, Food Bloat, Feeding Bowls, Dog toys

Storing Your Dog Kibble – Safely


How do you store your dog’s kibble? Do you keep it in its original bag? Or empty it into another container?

You’ve probably only thought about this question before in terms of the freshness of the dog food, if at all. Right? Well, while that’s indeed an important consideration, did you know there are legitimate safety aspects that should also influence your decision?

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Topics: pet safety tips, pet safety, GDV, Dog Behavior, Gastric Dilatation, Blog, Pet Suffocation, Dog Tips, Dog Food, Food Bloat, Storing Kibble

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