Dogs are more prone to partial eclipse in summer. Our dogs this season will feel that they have no appetite, and the owner will become more neurotic. In addition, changing the brand of dog food in summer will also reduce the dog's appetite. For dogs, a basic meal is recommended not to change throughout the year. However, according to the different seasons, there are still some places to pay attention to, especially in summer and winter.
In summer, when the temperature is high, it is easy to cause loss of appetite. With the weather, there are two main causes of overheating discomfort. One is that the temperature difference is too large, resulting in autonomic nerve dysfunction. Another reason is the lack of nutrition caused by partial eclipse. Dogs are always in the room in summer. If you put them on the road at a temperature of 50 degrees, they will cause autonomic nerve disorder due to excessive temperature. In addition, even if dogs have no appetite, do not blindly provide their favorite food due to heating during the day, because it will lead to insufficient absorption of nutrients (such as vitamins and minerals), leading to the cycle of malignant physical weakness and loss of appetite. In order to prevent the dog's loss of appetite, you should try to avoid taking the dog out when the outdoor temperature is high.