Pocket Beagles are hunters and of such, keeping them static is very unnatural for them. Over time, the lack of exercise makes them gain weight and leaves them prone to health problems.
Many exercises can be done with a Pocket Beagle. For example, taking a walk down the park, and letting your favorite canine buddy run around the garden are good forms of exercise.
Quite often, you should take your dog to the garden or a secure park and let it perform high-intensity exercises similar to its natural hunting activities.
Ideally, your 4 legged furry friend should walk outside for 30 minutes once or twice every day.
Pocket Beagles love food and during mealtime, they will eat voraciously. Their instinctive hunting abilities make them great food hunters and when left to roam freely, they raid all corners of the home for food until they are satisfied.
They have high food servings daily due to their active and playful lifestyles. Being voracious eaters it is important to feed them with the right quantity of food. Doing this prevents canine diabetes and excessive weight gain.
The recommended total daily amount of food for Pocket Beagles is ⅞ to 1⅜ cups of dog food divided into two to three meals every day.
The quality of dog feed is equally as important as the quantity of the feed due to its significant impact on the general health of your dear fido. A balanced Pocket Beagle diet contains multivitamins and the essential nutrients for the utmost performance of their body.
One such balanced meal is found in the Pet Plate’s nutritional package containing high-grade ingredients. Each dog meal package is nutritious, highly protein-rich, grain-free, delicious, and loved by many canines.
Dental Water Additives
Water is a source of fluid and minerals for your adorable cuties. Investing in dental water additives containing essential and non-essential minerals greatly improves your Pocket Beagle’s dental health.
Dental water additives are fortified with calcium and fluoride for the normal bones and teeth development of your furry friend.
Regular consumption of unfortified water will only result in osteoporosis and a weaker set of teeth, especially the molars.