How we start

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How we start

The easiest way to feed your dog, paws down.

How FussyDog Works

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INTRODUCE US TO YOUR PUP

We’ve distilled our quiz down to the essential questions so you can spend less time online and more time playing fetch.

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GET YOUR STARTER BOX

Your starter box contains two weeks of food and the tools you need for easy serving at 60% OFF

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REAL FOOD, REGULARLY DELIVERED

No more last-minute trips to the pet store — we deliver your pup’s meals to your door on your schedule.

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How Do we start

Here are 6 points for your dog’s diet transition form kibble to fresh meal:

  1. Start by replacing a small portion of your dog’s kibble with a small portion of fresh food. For example, you can replace 10% of your dog’s kibble with a small amount of fresh food.

  2. Gradually increase the proportion of fresh food and decrease the proportion of kibble over the course of a week or two. For example, you can replace 20% of your dog’s kibble with fresh food on the second day, 30% on the third day, and so on.

  3. If your dog shows any signs of digestive upset such as diarrhea, vomiting, or loss of appetite, slow down the transition and wait until your dog’s digestive system has adjusted before making any further changes.

  4. Monitor your dog’s weight and adjust the amount of food you are feeding accordingly. Fresh food is generally more nutrient-dense than kibble, so your dog may need to eat less to maintain a healthy weight.

  5. Make sure that the fresh food you are feeding is nutritionally balanced and appropriate for your dog’s age, breed, and health status. Consult with a veterinarian or a veterinary nutritionist to ensure that your dog’s diet is properly balanced.

  6. Always provide your dog with fresh, clean water at all times.

A balanced diet for dogs should include a mix of protein, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, and minerals. The protein should come from high-quality sources such as meat, fish, or eggs. Carbohydrates can come from sources such as grains, vegetables, or fruits. Fats should come from healthy sources such as fish oil, flaxseed oil, or chicken fat.

The specific supplements that a dog may need can depend on their individual needs, age, breed, and health status. In general, a well-balanced diet that meets all of your dog’s nutritional needs should not require additional supplements. However, there are some situations where certain supplements may be beneficial. Here are some examples: 

1)Kelp

2)Flaxseed oil

3)Probiotics

4)Multivitamins

It is important to note that some supplements can interact with medications, so it is important to consult with a veterinarian before adding any supplements to your dog’s diet, especially if your dog is already taking medication. Additionally, it is important to choose high-quality supplements from reputable brands to ensure their safety and effectiveness.

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