Puppy Learning Center
Puppies can have food allergies, just like a human. And like with humans, the symptoms of a food allergy can range from mild to severe. Food allergies can begin at any age and even start out of the blue when nothing has changed in terms of diet.
When your puppy has gastrointestinal distress, it always should be monitored closely. It can come in many forms such as vomiting, constipation, bloating, flatulence, diarrhea, mucus or even blood in stools. Any of these symptoms could be signs of illness and should never be taken lightly.
Your puppies diet will vary depending on their size, breed, activity, environment, and metabolism. There is no one size fits all plan for puppies. You will be required to figure out the best food for your puppy and the proper portion size to suit their individual needs.
Puppies have different dietary requirements than adult dogs. They can also vary based on size, breed, activity, environment, and metabolism. This leaves a lot to think about and consider.
Is Rice Good For Dogs? The simple answer is yes, dogs can eat white rice safely; just because they will eat rice doesn’t necessarily mean they should eat it all the time. Rice can be a good part of a balanced meal for dogs and is often used after an episode of gastric upset to reduce irritation to the digestive tract and hopefully relieve inconvenient symptoms.