Small marshmallow Bichon Frise dogs are friendly and lively, and they are playful and gluttonous. Therefore, the owner should pay attention to the three rules in the daily diet of Bichon Frise dogs. Let’s take a look at the three dietary rules that the owners need to pay attention to.
There is a leader in the cognition of the Bichon Frise, and the leader always enjoys the priority of eating. Therefore, when the owner feeds the Bichon Frise dog, it is better to feed the Bichon Frise dog after eating his own meal. During your meal, you should not give the Bichon Frise just because he asks for food, which will give them a very bad habit. This is also to let the Bichon Frise realize your leadership. In addition, if the owner feeds the Bichon Frise, the adult dog should be fed 8% twice a day. For the pup, it is better to let the dog eat less and more meals.
The feeding time should be fixed, and the dining time should be specified. The owner should not let the food in the basin all the time. This will make the bear think that there is food at any time. As time goes on, they will be picky. Therefore, if the bear fails to finish the food in the basin within the specified time, the owner should also take away the food. In addition, feeding food should not be too salty or too oily, which will cause certain harm to the body of the bear.
When the owner is eating, the Bichon Frise will definitely come to beg for food because of his greedy appetite. At this time, the owner must not give him food. He will develop his bad habits. Second, the Bichon Frise dog can’t eat human food. The taste of human food is various and it’s not easy to digest, which will have a certain impact on their health.
Bichon Frise dogs are more prone to tear marks. In their daily diet, they should avoid feeding foods with high salt and oil content. When choosing dog food, the owner should also pay attention to check the formula. In addition, the owner can feed some fruits and vegetables, or probiotics, vitamins, and other dog health products.
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