Your Pup’s Diet


The quality of food you give to your pooch will affect how often and how much it needs to go to the toilet and influence your housebreaking.

Always Give Your Dog High-Quality Dog Food

Low-quality foods are indeed cheap, but these kinds contain filler ingredients that may be hard to digest for your pup. Plus, they provide less nutritional value.

On the other hand, high-quality foods contain a higher nutritional value with little cheap fillers. These foods get digested slower, and your pup will be able to extract the nutrients better, which makes its stool firmer and therefore easier to hold in.

Your buddy will learn bowel control faster, which is to prefer when housebreaking.

Choosing the Right Food

Finding the right food that is suitable for your furry friend can be a task but it is an important one.

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Find Good Food and Stick to It

If you suddenly change your pup’s diet, it could likely lead to an upset stomach or diarrhea.

When You Need To Change Your Pup’s Food

Do this slowly if you must.

  • Mix in some of the new brand into the old.
  • Increase the ratio 10% per day.
  • The switch should be completed in 10 days.

Follow the recommended ratio below: 
Feed on Schedule Dogs are certainly creatures of habit. If you feed, train, exercise and potty your pup the same time every day, it will adapt and learn this schedule. Feeding your pup same time every day means it will do its business on schedule every day, as well. Your puppy will learn to expect when toilet time is coming. Avoid Free Feeding Like the PlagueIf your puppy eats at random times, then you cannot expect, or rather, not predict when the poop is coming.

  • Feed your pup 3-4 meals the same time every day. Leave the food for 15 minutes, and then remove it until it’s time for the next meal.

 Water and PeeHow much and how often your pup drinks determines how much and how often it needs to pee. Your Pups Water AccessIt is not advised to limit your pup’s access to water. It must be able to drink whenever it needs too. Some fur babies do drink too much, which makes housebreaking harder. Some drink a lot for no particular reason, but there can be a medical reason for this.  

Day

Old Brand

New Brand

1

90 %

10 %

2

80 %

20 %

3

70 %

30 %

4

60 %

40 %

5

50 %

50 %

6

40 %

60 %

7

30 %

70 %

8

20 %

80 %

9

10 %

90 %

10

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