Sudden food transitions upset digestion, causing gas until pets adjust.
Wolfing down meals introduces excess air that gets released as gas.
Gulping Food Too Quickly
Low quality diets with filler ingredients are harder to digest, leading to gas.
Poor Quality Ingredients
People food can disrupt your pet's digestive balance, resulting in smelly gas.
Eating or drinking too rapidly swallows air that later escapes as flatulence.
Excessive gas and foul stool smells may indicate excess bad gut bacteria.
Diseases of the GI tract and other illnesses may also lead to increased gas.