When you switch your dog’s food, it is important to do so gradually. Start by mixing a small amount of the new food with the old food and gradually increase the amount of new food over a period of 7-10 days. If your dog experiences diarrhoea during this time, stop the transition and wait until his digestive system has stabilized before continuing. If your dog’s diarrhoea does not improve within a day or two, contact your veterinarian for advice.
When you switch your dog’s food, you might be wondering how long it will take for them to feel better. Depending on the severity of their symptoms and the new food they are switching to, it could take anywhere from a day to a week for them to start feeling better. If your dog is experiencing vomiting or diarrhoea, then it is likely that it will start feeling better within 24 hours of switching foods.
If a dog is just experiencing a change in energy or appetite then it may take a little longer for them to start feeling better. In general, if your dog’s symptoms are mild. You should expect them to start feeling better within a few days of switching foods.
However, if your dog’s symptoms are more severe, then you may need to wait up to a week for them to start feeling better.