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  • Writer's pictureDerek

How to Prevent Bloat in Your Dog

“I’ve eaten more and feeling bloated,” have you heard it before? This is how we humans usually describe bloat. It causes discomfort in the stomach and if it’s not severe, symptoms ease up by themselves. But when it comes to dogs, bloat is life-threatening. About 30% of the dogs that develop bloat die. Isn’t this alarming? I hope your dog never develops bloat in his lifetime. But you should know about the condition so that even if it shows up, you can act immediately and save your pooch. Better yet, you can prevent it from happening.

What Is Bloat or Gastric Dilatation and Volvulus (GDV) in Dogs?

We will discuss the prevention of dog bloat in a later section