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Old 04-12-2009, 02:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
 

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Recently about a month I got my first PB puppy. he was born Dec 25th, We absolutly love him to death and came across a little girl close to his age and just picked her up yesterday. She is actually papered and has razers edge bully blood lines...

I was told that a high protein dog food would bulk them up (plus exercise and walking etc)

What food do you all feed your dogs, I know there puppies and I am not going to go and do all kinds of weight exercises ever but I just want him and her a little bigger

They get 1 fish oil capsule 1x a day for there coat

Are eggs better then a high protein diet??? right now there on pedigree adult which is nothing crazy
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As puppies you don't want to focus on beefing them up, get them a good high quality dog food, and leave the bulk for later. Many people have specific preferences, but use what works best for your pups. I personally love TOTW (Taste of the Wild).
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I think Chicken soup for puppies is a good way to go..
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I wouldn't worry about beefing them up until they are older. You don't want alot of weight pressing on those joints. They are still very younge and have lots of growing to do.

I would switch them off adult food. Try to find a good puppy food that you can afford. Yes eggs are wonderful for dogs. Vendetta gets one 2x a week. She also gets 1/2tsp cod liver oil ( I buy from the health food store and every other day she gets 1/2 tsp of virgin coconut oil.



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If you want your dog health don't adjust their feed until 18 months old. Start training them now but defintely no weights, and walk them and your dogs will be fine.
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i would definately get them off the pedigree especially if later you want to work them and build muscles. pedigree is mostly junk. i dont know your dog food budget but you can take a look at the dog food analysis website and i would pick a food from the 5 or 6 star catagory.

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