Top Natural Herbs For Dog Appetite Loss

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Dog appetite loss is common but can have many causes.

It may be a sign of something mild, like an upset stomach.

However, dog appetite loss could be a sign of serious illness.

If your pup experiences prolonged appetite loss, consult your veterinarian immediately to rule out serious health issues.

Causes of Dog Appetite Loss

After trying the following options, rule out potential causes of dog appetite loss:

  • Cut back on treats
  • Feed your dog on a regular schedule
  • Take your dog for a walk before bedtime
  • Feed your pet alone if they avoid eating with other animals
  • Try a different kind of food, such as PET | TAO
  • Add some warm water to your dog’s dry food to make it more appetizing


Dog appetite loss may be caused by sickness or disease, such as cancer, infection, pain, or kidney failure.

Dental Disease

If your pup has mouth pain, they may show it by not wanting to eat.

For example, dog appetite loss may be caused by a broken or loose tooth, severe gingivitis or even an oral tumor.

Emotional Issues

Firstly, travel and unfamiliar surroundings may impact your dog’s appetite.

Secondly, motion sickness can often be the cause.

Thirdly, dogs that are picky eaters or suffering from behavioral issues may experience decreased appetite.

Herbs for Dog Appetite Loss

Kan Essentials Spleen Support Formula was specially formulated with herbs to treat dog appetite loss.

White Atractylodes Rhizome

Firstly, white atractylodes rhizomes are used to improve the immune system, protect the liver, and enhance hematopoietic function.

Secondly, they are used to benefit natural urination, sweating, and induce diuresis.

Cang-zhu Atractylodes Rhizome

Firstly, doctors recommend cang-zhu atractylodes rhizomes for abdominal fullness and distention, diarrhea, and edema.

Secondly, it may help treat loss of appetite, vomiting, phlegm and retained fluid.

Tangerine Dried Rind of Mature Fruit

Most importantly, tangerine dried rind of mature fruit improves abdominal distension, enhances digestion, and reduces phlegm.


Doctors recommend poria for digestion, insomnia, depression, osteoporosis, and skin aging.

Magnolia Bark

Most importantly, magnolia bark benefits digestion.

Asian Water Plantain Rhizome

Firstly, Asian water plantain rhizomes may benefit urinary health and promote healthy fluid levels.

Secondly, it can support kidney and bone health, and digestion.

Japanese Helwingia Pith

Firstly, doctors recommend Japanese helwinga pith to soothe chronic indigestion.

Secondly, according to a review of studies, it is able to relieve stomach upset, nausea, bloating, and belching better than acid reflux medications.

Thirdly, another review suggested helwinga pith was more effective in relieving indigestion than other drugs.

Chinese Licorice Root and Rhizome

Most importantly, licorice treats loss of appetite.

Ginger Rhizome

Ginger decreases inflammation and stimulates digestion.

Red Jujube Fruit

Jujube fruit extract may help to relieve constipation.

Chinese Cinnamon Bark

Doctors recommend Chinese cinnamon bark for diabetes, indigestion, and diarrhea.

Seeking an all natural solution for dog appetite loss? Try Kan Essentials Spleen Support Formula.

Ali Lehman

Ali Lehman

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