My two male dogs are getting skinnier and will not eat anything. They don’t bark and look miserable.
What should I do?
From your description, it sounds as though both of your dogs should have an examination with your veterinarian.
There are a variety of reasons that dogs will appear thinner, which all merit further evaluation. The possibilities include lack of consumption of calories necessary to maintain body weight; a disease process that uses up their body’s energy stores; or something else.
Before your dogs get any thinner and suffer further health problems, schedule that veterinary examination. Your vet will be able to determine your dogs’ current weights and provide each with a body condition score (BCS) to decide the direction you need to go regarding feeding or performing diagnostic tests to look for an underlying problem.