We recommend this gradual approach to avoid tummy upsets. Some dog can be prone to diarrhoea, flatulence or occasional vomiting when their diet changes, especially when they have been eating the same food for a long time. Introducing 4Legs slowly can help avoid these issues, but always keep an eye on your dog’s reaction and overall wellbeing.
Here’s what we suggest:
Make it extra tasty
If a gradual introduction isn’t enough to get your fussy dog into eating his 4Legs, here are some extra tips for making dinner even more delicious…
While it’s common for dogs to develop transient diarrhoea or flatulence when starting a new food, but this should resolve within a few days. If your pet has persistent diarrhoea or will not eat, it’s a good idea to get in touch with your vet.
If you have any issues with a 4Legs product, please don’t hesitate to contact us via our helpdesk