Beagles love food, which is not per se a bad or wrong thing. The point is that beagles would also do anything for food and that can lead to beagle weight issues. If you don’t believe it, watch this super jump video.
Beagle Weight Issues – A Super Jump
So now we have proved the point that beagles are capable of anything for some food. What next? Our collection of articles and useful tips to keep your beagle healthy and avoid beagle weight issues.
- Let’s start with what you need to know about beagle food:
Beagle Food – When, What and How Often?
This is a topic very close to our heart at My Beagle Training.com because the right food can be a total game changer for a beagle: it means radiant health and a longer and happier life. The wrong food, unfortunately, deprives you of the joy of having your beagle friend around for long and can even affect their behavior…
- After reading that article, you should have a clear understanding of what kind of food will ensure that you will be able to enjoy the company and friendship of your beagle for many years. Now let’s move onto the actual solution to weight issues:
Beagle Weight Problems
Beagle love food and that almost always one of the main reasons for beagle weight problems. Read on for sensible advice on what to do about it. Recommendations of The National Beagle Club on Beagle Weight Problems The National Beagle Club recommends the following: If your beagle is getting fat, then cut back on the amount of food that you feed, each day. Mix canned green beans, or canned pumpkin (NOT pie filling), into your beagle’s food. Cut the food in half and replace that other half with green beans/pumpkin. If you normally feed one cup; then feed ½ cup of food mixed with ½ cup of green beans or pumpkin. They are still eating 1 cup, but are only getting ½ cup of food. Beagles who have been spayed/neutered normally gain weight rapidly. …
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