How often can I feed my dog dried kangaroo treats?
The frequency of feeding your dog dried kangaroo treats should depend on a variety of factors such as your dog's age, breed, size, weight, and activity level. In general, dried kangaroo treats should be given as an occasional treat rather than a regular part of your dog's diet.
Most veterinarians recommend that treats make up no more than 10% of a dog's daily calorie intake, so it's important to factor in the calorie content of dried kangaroo treats and adjust your dog's diet accordingly. For example, if your dog is on a calorie-restricted diet, you may need to reduce the amount of their regular food to account for the calories in the treats.
It's also important to note that overfeeding treats, including dried kangaroo treats, can lead to weight gain, digestive upset, and other health issues. As with any new food or treat, start by feeding your dog a small amount of dried kangaroo treat and monitor them for any signs of digestive upset or allergic reactions. If your dog does well with the treats, you can gradually increase the amount over time. However, it's best to speak with your veterinarian about the appropriate frequency and amount of dried kangaroo treats for your individual dog.