Q. My dog is pitbull, blue heeler and golden Australian shepard and he's anyways hungry. ALWAYS why is thi
A. If he is a very active dog, as he may well be with that background, he may legitimately need the food. As long as he stays a healthy weight, with the ribs, hips , and spine covered but felt with gentle pressure under the skin and muscle, he's in good shape. Feed him the highest quality food you can afford. These foods are usually more nutrient dense, meaning you can feed less and have him still get all the required nutrients. You can offer baby carrots as treats to help him feel like he's getting a little extra without loading him up with extra fat and too many calories. If it has been a while since his last vet visit, get him in for an exam and labwork, he may have some parasites that are making him feel hungry, or an underlying medical condition.