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🐶 If your furbaby is constantly itching, vomiting, and/or having diarrhea, then they may have a food allergy. A food allergy happens when a dog’s immune system overreacts to an ingredient that isn’t actually harmful. The most common food allergens in dogs are beef, chicken, dairy, eggs, soy, and wheat gluten.
🐶 They say good things come in small packages, and for the proud parents of petite pups, this couldn’t be truer. Small dogs are easy to pick up and carry, make great apartment dogs, cost less, are faster to groom, and tend to live longer. Compared to their larger cousins, they have different nutritional needs too.
🐶 With their long backs and short legs, Dachshunds are one of the most recognizable and most beloved dog breeds in the world. Despite their amusing appearance, they were developed for the serious task of hunting badgers hundreds of years ago. Today, Dachshunds—or sausage dogs as they’re affectionately called—spend more time in cozy homes than in badger dens, but they still need regular exercise to stay fit and build strong muscles to support their long backs.
🐶 As with choosing any dog food, the first thing to look for is the quality of the ingredients. High-quality dog food should contain real meat as the primary ingredient, instead of fillers like corn or wheat. It's also important to avoid foods that contain artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives, these can harm your dog's health. You want to choose a food that’s delicious and nutritious!