Do dogs stop eating when full?

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It's long been said that dogs, like some humans, don't know when it's time to stop eating when they're full… The vast majority of dogs, however, will stop eating once they've had enough. They might eat to the point of nausea, or until they throw up, but rarely, if ever, until they die.
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It depends on the dog.

Sometimes it's caught in time for the dog's stomach to be pumped; sometimes it's not.

The vast majority of dogs, however, will stop eating once they've had enough.

they might eat to the point of nausea, or until they throw up, but rarely, if ever, until they die.

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It depends on the dog.

Sometimes it's caught in time for the dog's stomach to be pumped; sometimes it's not.

The vast majority of dogs, however, will stop eating once they've had enough.

They might eat to the point of nausea, or until they throw up, but rarely, if ever, until they die.

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It's long been said that dogs, like some humans, don't know when It's time to stop eating when they're full.

They'll continue to eat the food in front of them until It's gone, be it a cup of food or 20 pounds of kibble.

In fact, they just might keep on eating until they drop dead.

It depends on the dog.

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The vast majority of dogs, however, will stop eating once they've had enough.

They might eat to the point of nausea, or until they throw up, but rarely, if ever, until they die.

If you're a good owner, a good rule to keep in mind is to feed your dog the amount recommended by the vet, twice a day, at set feeding times.

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Pregnant dogs lose their appetite for three to 10 days during their third week of pregnancy.

It is normal for Pregnant dogs to stop eating or eat significantly less, in the 24 to 48 hours before their puppies are born.

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It's long been said that dogs, like some humans, don't know when it's time to stop eating when they're full.

The vast majority of dogs, however, will stop eating once they've had enough.

They might eat to the point of nausea, or until they throw up, but rarely, if ever, until they die.

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six to 12 months

But once your pup is six to 12 months old those needs change. That's usually when your puppy is nearing his adult height and can transition to adult food. Spaying or neutering usually occurs at this age as well, lowering your dog's need for increased energy; hence a reason to switch from puppy to adult dog food.
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