Before you make any changes to your dog's diet, it's important to talk to your veterinarian. They can help you choose a new food.
Don't just switch your dog's food overnight. Start by mixing the new food with their old food, gradually increasing the amount of new food over a period of 7-10 days.
If your dog starts vomiting, having diarrhea, or refusing to eat, stop the transition and talk to your veterinarian.
It can take some time for your dog to adjust to a new food. Be patient and give them plenty of time to get used to the change.
When you're switching your dog's food, it's important to keep an eye on their weight. If they start to lose weight, you may need to increase the amount of food they're eating.
It's important to be consistent when you're switching your dog's food. Don't give them table scraps or treats from their old food.
If your dog doesn't seem to like the new food at first, don't give up. Keep trying different foods until you find one that they like.