Have you ever wondered how dogs digest foods differently to us?
Dogs eat a variety of food like: meat and tissue digested things. As you know, dogs can eat most things. Even though dogs eat mostly any food, whether it’s wet or dry, dogs require the same benefits as we do.
Humans can eat anything like sweet, sour, dry, wet or hard. We also eat because it’s healthy for us. If we didn’t eat enough our body will stop working.
The difference between dog food and human food is that dog food has carbohydrates. Things in dog food are: Meat, vegetables, grains and rice. We also eat differently centenary and dogs eat diffusely.
Sometimes dog food can hurt you, depending on what’s in there. If you just eat a bit you will be fine, but if you eat a lot there will be a reaction to toxic foods, a main one is: getting really sick or puffing up really badly. That is called an allergy.
Some dogs end up in bad conditions and others just don’t. If you give a bite of food not for dogs, (EG. Chocolate) to your dog every day, it’s not good.
As some people know dogs go to the grass quicker than we do. This is because we digest things (which takes longer) and dog’s food gets absorbed. (Which is quicker.) There is an acid in dog’s tummy that helps break food down easily. And human’s liver and organs makes a thing called bile that helps digest foods and stuff.
So when you get a dog you know what dogs eat, and how they digest food differently too humans.
Alleges: Someone that becomes sick after touching, eating or breathing in something.
Benefits: A good thing that happened.
Carbohydrates: Foods that have nutrients, energy and heath.
Digested: The process of making food absorbed by breaking it down.
Organs: They are grouped together called an organ system.
Reaction: To change in a particular way.
Varieties: Number of different things e.g. Chips, fruits, ice-cream etc.