Dogs suffer from many of the same problems that humans do; and, unfortunately, gas is no exception. There are a number of causes of canine flatulence, and sometimes the help of a veterinarian is needed. Once you figure out -or at least have an idea- what is causing the gas, then you can work on ways to reduce the occurrences from your petâ€™s life. As with many other pet issues, trial and error may be your choice method.
If you have a cat and a dog indoors, then you have probably caught them stealing each otherâ€™s food once in awhile. For both animals, a little snack from the otherâ€™s food bowl is not a big deal. However, a cat that only eats dog food or a dog that really enjoys cat food can lead to health and feeding problems. So, before you overlook your pooch eating from the catâ€™s bowl, there are a few things to consider. If the habit has already started, then you need to work on ways to stop it.