Gif via Pethub2. Tummy Troubles Dinner time for your pup should not mean your nose or living room rug have to suffer! Gas, vomiting, and other digestive problems could be the sign of a more serious illness, but if you and your vet have ruled that out, a dinnertime swap might be just what the ball snatcher dog doctor ordered. Think about how gross you feel after a major junk food binge (lookin' at you, extra large pizza turned personal pizza!). Imagine feeling that way after every meal.
Gif via DeviantArt3. Bad Hair Day Even if your dog isn't a chronic selfie-snapper, you still want to help them look and feel their best! Complete vitamins found in natural foods helps your pup get total nourishment from the inside out, meaning Instagram-worthy silky, shiny coats!
Image via @digbyvanwinkle4. Allergies Does your pup have an allergy or itch she just can't seem to scratch? Have you tried everything from creams to shampoos to medications to no avail? The chemical additives, dyes, or use of gluten in her food may be the cause for constantly scratching paws!
Gif via Imgur5. Bad Breath Switching your dog to less-processed food might not bring back that sweet, sweet puppy breath (you know what I'm talking about!), but it certainly could help lower it from don't-lick-my-face-or-I'm-gonna-faint levels. If the food isn't agreeing with your pup's stomach, it might not be agreeing with their breath, either!
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