Zuel FAQ How Do I Switch My French Bulldog To Zuel?

Switching from one type of food to another suddenly can cause digestive upsets in dogs, including diarrhea or vomiting. A gradual transition helps your dog's digestive system adapt to the new food, reduces the risk of digestive upset and makes the switch a more comfortable experience for your pet.

The Transition Plan:

We recommend transitioning your dog to our fresh food over a period of 6 days. Here's our suggested ratio of old to new food per day:

Day1: Mix 90% of your dog's old food with 10% of Zuel

Day 2: 80% old food and 20% Zuel

Day 3: 60% old food and 40% Zuel

Day 4: 40% old food and 60% Zuel

Day 5: 20% old food and 80% Zuel

Day 6: Serve 100% Zuel

Remember, every dog is unique, so it's important to observe your dog's behavior and physical reactions during the transition process. If your pet experiences any signs of digestive upset, it might be a good idea to extend the transition period.

Tips for a Smooth Transition:

Consistency is Key: Stick to regular feeding times during the transition to help your dog adjust to the new food.

Talk to Your Vet: If you're unsure about transitioning your dog to a new diet or if your pet has specific health concerns, it's always a good idea to consult your veterinarian.