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Old 09-06-2013, 09:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Is feeding schedule ok?

Since I get off work in the morning I take my 8 week old pup out try and go outside. The plan is as she gets older she will be able to hold it longer until I get home. After some time outside she eats then back into the crate for housebreaking purposes. I take her out later to play and go outside so she can do her business but its nothing. I then try to feed her before I go to sleep for the day for work at night but she isn't hungry and doesn't want to eat she does drink her water. I'm not sure if feeding her at night is the best thing to do with the housebreaking and all. I'm just wondering if I'm doing any type of harm or short hanging her
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Old 09-06-2013, 12:42 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Once my dogs hit 5 months I always feed my dogs at night. That way they play, go for walks and work up an appetite and sleep well at night. For your young pup I would give her half in the morning and half at night. Not a full bowl in the morning and then more at night. I love feeding my dogs in the evening! They always poop first thing in the morning
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Old 09-06-2013, 01:44 PM   #3 (permalink)
 
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Thanks a lot ill start putting the advice in effect ASAP


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Old 09-06-2013, 02:25 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Every dog is different and eventually you will figure out what works for you and your pup you might find that your pup is like my dogs! Once they are around the 5 month mark they take a few bites of kibble and leave it. Both of mine did this. They just weren't hungry in the morning, would much rather play! I also do ad water in their kibble, and do a few other yummy things a few times a week like eggs, oils, etc.
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Old 09-06-2013, 02:34 PM   #5 (permalink)
 
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@coach what's the eggs and oil for I read on the forum that the eggs can disrupt their stomach


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I wouldn't give an 8 week old pup eggs but I do give my 8 month old and 6 month old pups a raw egg twice a week mixed in their kibble. Raw eggs are great, you just don't want to overdo it. I have never had a problem with the eggs and I know many who do the same. I give 2 tsp of coconut oil in their kibble every day. Coconut oil is great for their skin, it's antibacterial, antifungal, and has many other great properties. Read up about I eat it too in smoothies. But it has to be unrefined coconut oil, not refined.
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Old 09-06-2013, 02:52 PM   #7 (permalink)
 
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Do you think my pup is to young for the oil or should I hold up until she is older?


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I quit feeding raw eggs quite a bit back , having multiple dogs down with salmonella at one time is no picnic.

Just won't take that risk anymore.
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Old 09-06-2013, 05:43 PM   #9 (permalink)
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I give them organic (world of difference) eggs. Eh, dogs are scavengers and eat a lot of nasty things if they were wild...their stomachs are tough...I think they can handle an organic raw egg twice a week. But i know salmonella is no picnic if they get it. i once had a bunch of dogs come down with giardia from drinking out of a puddle...now that was a blast lol!
Pknattsr, do what you feel comfortable with but like said I wouldn't give them till older.

You can give the coconut oil now, just make sure it's UNREFINED. I personally give them Spectrum organic unrefined coconut oil. Its about $8 a jar.
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That makes perfect sense to me! But then I wonder why some brands get recalls for "salmonella poisoning"....are there different kinds I wonder?
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Thanks I know it will ultimately be up to me I just want to get as much info as I can so i can make the best decision for my pup


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Has anyone while learning their puppy feeding habits had to restrict the amount of water they give b/c the pup will fill up on water that they are full and don't want to eat


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Has anyone while learning their puppy feeding habits had to restrict the amount of water they give b/c the pup will fill up on water that they are full and don't want to eat


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I would water down the kibbles so you know they are getting water. I don't like restricting water unless he is drinking like crazy or at night to avoid accidents. I stopped about 5 hours before we would go to bed.

I fed my boy 3 times a day until 6 months and now he gets 2 times a day morning and night. I add pumpkin, apple cider vinegar, honey and bee pollen with his kibbles. My boy has really bad seasonal allergies and a leaky eye.
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Thanks for the advice ill try a little water in her kibble and I might just take her out later just so she can get a drink around midday and ill see how she does at night once she gets older i will feel comfortable leaving her outside with water but while she is a pup I have a close eye on her


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