2. Make Sure They’re Fed A Well-Balanced Nutritionally Complete And Energy Dense Diet.
Dogs tend to eat less in summer but they end up spending more energy in an effort to lower their body temperatures. A lot of pet owners tend to feed home-made diets like curds and rice during summer, but it is very important to note that this food contains more water (70-80%) and does not have adequate levels of energy, vitamins, minerals, etc. Make sure they’re fed with a well-balanced nutritionally complete and energy dense diet like Pedigree dry food.