In the dog (and especially Corgi) brain, food = hap, hap, happiness. Yep. These guys, they like their grub. Though rumors persist, urban legends of food-ambivalent Corgis are rare and seldom substantiated.
No one food is right for every last pup. Different breeds, different needs, health issues, activity levels, ages and stages of their lives … what they eat matters, day in, day out. Even if they would rather eat that corn dog you just put down.
So — what do you feed your dog? Your vet is an excellent — and first line — source of guidance when it comes to selecting the best dog food for your fur kid. The folks at Hill’s Science Diet recognize the importance of your pet’s nutrition, too. From weight loss, to oral care, to finicky eaters, to joint health, Hill’s has a food to help manage your pet’s special situation or condition, including grain-free options.
Transitioning your pet to a new diet takes time and should be done in stages, for a week or longer. This article has tips that can make a big difference:
Wiser choices add up to happier, healthier lives. More fun, more years, and more life in your years. Isn’t that what we all want?
This post is sponsored by Hill’s and the Pet Blogger Network. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about Hill’s Science Diet Perfect Weight Food, but The Daily Corgi only shares information I feel is relevant to my readers. Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Inc. is not responsible for the content of this article.
I, on the other hand, would never turn down a Tastee-Freeze.