304 East Columbia
Belleville, MI 48111
We offer prescription food for animals that are diagnosed with ailments. We recommend foods that are grain free and rich in omega 3 fatty acids. The first two ingredients should be meat (lamb, chicken, or fish).
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Some animals are finicky eaters and may be reluctant to try something new, especially when it’s offered suddenly. You may be anxious to get started right away; however, this is not the best method for a smooth transition. If you invest a little time initially to help your pet adjust and accept the change, you both will enjoy the benefits of the new food. This is especially important for foods that should be fed for the remainder of your pet’s life (e.g., for kidney disease).
The single most important thing you can do to help your pet accept a new food is to gradually transition from the old to the new food over a period of at least 7 days. Although many animals will readily eat a new food when it’s offered the first time, they may still experience side effects like vomiting, loose stools, and flatulence (gas).