This is especially helpful if you is giving the same supplement to all your pets and is giving them at least a little food wet on a daily basis. Working with natural supplements, unlike medications, you don’t generally worry about giving too much, and your larger pets will get more of the supplement with its greater food intake while smaller pets get less. Use the smallest amount of food that will work for the amount of powder supplement that you are adding, to be sure that all will be consumed. (A valuable related resource: Keiser Family). If your pets are so meticulous that they detected dust in the food and not eat, you have several options. Try mixing half the amount at the beginning. Or use a special wet food only given with a supplement and that have taste, so eagerly swallow food with the supplement.
Foods with strong flavours such as sardines or tuna can work better. If their animals just don’t take the powder in food, try to mix it with water or wet food juice and gives it as a liquid in a syringe. Working with capsules or pills if your pet lets you easily put a pill or a capsule in his mouth and then swallows it, congratulations! You can consider himself lucky, as most pet owners do not have this experience. (Remember, to give pills or capsules, place it all the way to the back of the mouth, using your finger to push it as far to the back of the tongue as possible to begin the reflex that swallows.) If this is not your situation, consider these options to give your pet their pills. Some pets will eat small pills or capsules if mixed with food. It can help cut pills in half to make them hard to detect. (The pill cutters are readily available in most drug stores because they are widely used by people.) This technique works best for single pet or when each pet eats its own dish, because you want to be sure that every pet gets its own supplements.