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The easiest solution is to feed your dog smaller amounts on the same feeding schedule.
Use a measuring cup to accurately measure the portion of food given to your dog.
Be mindful of snacks given to your dog. Cookies, chews and treats do contain calories, not accurately accounting for the caloric impact will hamper your efforts for the dog to shed weight.
Its also vital to have the whole family on board and not sneak the dog extra food.
Another option is to feed your dog one of the low-calorie recipes.
The best Azestfor homemade recipes for weight loss are Chicken & Potato, Venison & Rice and Turkey.
To stimulate a dogs appetite the food should be served at room temperature. Dogs smell their food more than they taste it, therefore they prefer food that is warm and aromatic as this enhances the smell of the food. Food should not be hot, should be cool enough to touch.
These tips are for healthy dogs who do not have underlying medical conditions.
Sometimes dogs don't want to eat a new food as it smells different.
It is perfectly normal for a dog to occasionally self regulate and skip a meal
If the dog refuses to eat simply pick up the food after an appropriate time i.e. 15 minutes and store it the refrigerator.
Do not attempt to force a dog to eat.
At the next scheduled feeding time present the food again.
You can put some food in your hand and hand feed them.
You can pretend to eat the food yourself, dogs are often curious about what we are eating.
Do not offer a perceived higher value food to the dog i.e. a treat.
If you feed your dog treats after they refuse their food they are training you.
Can I use my own dog food recipe?
We applaud you making a change in your dogs diet but we only guarantee that the Azestfor recipes meet AAFCO feed requirements. By following one of our 22 Azestfor recipes we have removed the guesswork of making homemade dog food complete and balanced. While substitutions of ingredients can work, we recommend working with your veterinarian to ensure the recipe you have created is complete and balanced.
Yes all of the recipes were created by a nutritional scientist Ph.D they meet the standards set by AAFCO.
AAFCO STATEMENT: AZESTFOR CANINE NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENT WHEN USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH AZESTFOR RECIPES IS FORMULATED TO MEET THE NUTRITIONAL LEVELS ESTABLISHED BY THE AAFCO DOG FOOD NUTRIENT PROFILES FOR ADULT MAINTENANCE
Each recipe contains specific amounts based on the ingredients. Feeding charts are included with each recipe in the drop down menu.
As a guide for people adding the product just before serving the recommended dosage is One and a quarter teaspoons of Azestfor per each cup of homemade dog food.
The reason why the recipes are published with the protein cooked, is that is the recommendation of the vet association due to the link of pathogens with under cooked meat.
If you follow basic meat handling safety guidelines you will reduce the risk.
If you are buying pre-made raw food, you can read the ingredients list to see if they have already added any supplementation. If not than yes add Azestfor.
No. It is not necessary to add vitamin supplements to commercial dog food, it is already complete and balanced. Over supplementation of Vitamins A & D can be harmful. If you are looking to improve your dogs health, we recommend feeding homemade dog food, it provides unsurpassed nutrition. Your dog will enjoy the benefits of eating fresh, wholefood ingredients, free of filler and preservatives.
Why can't I feed my dog table scraps?
Introducing a new food can cause digestive upsets including diarrhea, gas and discomfort.
Homemade dog food should be prepared simply. Human food is often prepared with herbs and spices that while tasty to us are not appropriate for a dog i.e. onions.