Eating Out Of A Stainless Steel Bowl: What To Do When Your Dog Is Sick?
Dogs can have some of the same clinical problems humans can have when they are unwell. Vomiting and diarrhea are the two most common clinical signs of many other underlying problems. If your dog is on a restricted diet, there are some food items that you might be able to give him. Certain food items can be digestible. The flavor may entice him to eat. There are a few other foods that can be given to your dog.
These should be given sparingly and have their limitations in certain situations. Eggs are safe for feeding in small portions. They should not be cooked without seasoning. Boiled sweet potato is an excellent source of fiber but should be avoided by diabetic patients. Most veterinarians recommend a low-fat diet. This means that the food is easily digestible and can help get your dog’s digestive tract back to normal. Most commercially available diets have fiber, lower fat content, and sometimes additional ingredients like prebiotics. Some dogs might not feel well enough to eat anything. This could be due to nausea, or maybe they don't like the food provided. It can be dangerous to have a sick dog on your hands. If you're still not sure what to do, then talk to your doctor. . . .