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Feeding the puppy Russian hunting Spaniel

The puppy needs to eat properly. This is due to its active growth and development and with the capabilities of his digestive system. After weaning from the mother, when you see teeth, the puppy will move on to more solid foods. After 1.5-2 months the puppy should eat the food fairly thick consistency.

In order to grow a healthy dog, no need to overfeed a puppy or sharply limit it in your food. Regularly nedokromila puppy, you deprive the body of essential nutrients, and its development can go wrong.

Wrong is the use of infant formula and baby food, because their composition is not suitable to the dog.

How many times a day to feed the puppy? It depends on the age. Puppy should be fed frequently but in small portions so that his belly was not bloated from eating, and the baby kept mobility and penchant for games. Since weaning up to 3 months quite 6 meals a day feeding. From 3 to 5 months – 5 times a day feeding. From 5 to 9 months puppy needs to eat 4 times a day, from 9 to 11 months — 3 times a day. 11 months and older – 2 times.

If you decide to cook for your pet yourself, then you should know which foods needed in the ration. Sources of protein is dairy products, meat, fish and eggs. From kislomolochnuyu dog can be given low-fat cottage cheese (up to 5 — 7%), kefir, yogurt or fermented baked milk (without added sugar and fruits). Meat and fish are better to be heat treated to avoid Continue reading

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