Nature’s Recipe™ | Frequently Asked Questions

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Nature’s Recipe ™ is available where you buy your groceries or pet food in store or online including these retailers:

Finally, when your pet is ready, serve a full portion of delicious Nature’s Recipe ™ food. Keep in mind it can take up to 3 months to see the results of a new food in your pet.

Once your pet is happily eating 50% Nature’s Recipe ™ dog food, increase to 75% Nature’s Recipe ™ in the next meal. Note, if your pet isn’t there yet, don’t worry. All pets are different and some may take longer than others for their digestive tract to become accustomed to the new food’s composition and ingredients. If you need to, slow down the process and give each step 7 to 14 days. If your pet goes more than 24 hours without eating the new food, don’t offer treats. Instead, give them a full serving of the old food.

If your pet enjoyed the first meal, you can increase the amount of Nature’s Recipe ™ dog food to 50% on the second day. Keep an eye out for changes in his or her bathroom habits, energy levels, sleep habits, and eating behaviour and if anything seems out of the ordinary, contact your vet.

We want to make the transition to Nature’s Recipe ™ dog food as smooth as possible. At first, start small. Make a bowl with ¼ delicious Nature’s Recipe ™ dog food and ¾ of your pet’s current food. Keep the Nature’s Recipe ™ bag handy as it has valuable info on portion suggestions and ingredients.

Nature’s Recipe ™ wet dog food is a delicious complement to your daily dry food feeding routine or can also be fed to your dog on its own as each cup provides complete and balanced nutrition.

If you’ve just transitioned to a new food and your pet goes more than 24 hours without eating, don’t offer treats. Instead, give them a full serving of the old food until they’re eating normally again.

If they’re no longer eating their normal diet, stop offering treats and see if they eat normally again. You can also try to add wet food to a dry diet or alternate the protein / flavour within the same brand to add variety.

In either case, if your pet goes more than 24 hours without eating, contact your vet.

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