Yes. This can also be a problem for old-fashioned dogs. Often, a bad appetite for a dog, or excessive fastidiousness in eating signals diseases. therefore, it is important to consult a doctor and conduct an examination. If there are no pathologies, you need to work with the dog to get her interested in food.
If you feed a dog with dry food, it may happen that it just becomes hard for her to chew on it. In this case, you need to offer the dog fine-grained food, or slightly soak it with water. You can also add a little canned food or broth to dry food. Some dogs like milk or eggs.
Most dogs love cat food, but for older dogs it is undesirable due to its high protein content. However, a small amount of cat food can be added to the dog, if it increases the attractiveness of food for the dog.
Supplements to the diet of an elderly dog
Old dogs have a special need for vitamins and minerals. For example, a daily supplement with glucosamine and chondroitin helps prevent joint destruction, relieve arthritis, if any, and generally improve the condition of the dog. Experts believe these supplements are completely safe for dogs.
Antioxidants are also beneficial for older dogs. Plus it would be nice to pick up with the veterinarian vitamin-mineral complexes suitable for your dog.
To prevent constipation, add wheat bran to the menu.