Water requirements in dogs are variable and depend on a number of factors (activity, nutrient composition of the diet, age, environmental temperature, season, etc). If you’ve recently transitioned to this formula, It is very common for dogs to have a change in water intake when transitioning from one diet to another. It may take up to four weeks for a dog to completely adjust to a new diet. During this time, you can try feeding smaller, more frequent meals throughout the day. Additionally, you should monitor the amount of food your dog is eating each day in order to prevent them from eating too much, which may also result in a concomitant increase in water intake. Keep in mind any sudden significant change in water intake should be investigated by your veterinarian, especially as your dog ages. If you have additional questions, please reach out to the Natural Balance Customer Care Team by calling the number on the packaging.
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