Puppies are very cute animals, so more and more people began to have puppies, but many people do not know, four-month-old puppies should eat how much?
For four-month-old puppies, the amount of food they are fed each day will depend on the breed and size of the puppy, as well as the amount of food they are fed.
There is usually a recommended amount of food on the package, after all, different puppy food density is not the same, for example, if compared to the bear, four months old to eat 100 grams of puppy food a day to eat the Champions League.
For a four-month-old Labrador, the daily amount of food should be equivalent to that of an adult puppy, that is, the total daily amount of food should be about 500 grams, depending on the puppy’s digestion and absorption to determine the number of times daily feeding can be.
If the puppy appeared soft stool is to eat more, dry is to eat less. Or look at the puppy’s stomach, the flat is not full, the rise is eaten more.
Also four months, the larger the puppy, the more food, according to the size of the puppy itself to judge.
Each individual puppy is different, there is no universal formula for how much food a puppy can eat, so here are some simple ways to determine if a puppy is full.
Things a puppy can’t eat include chocolate, coffee, tea, milk, Averrhoa Carambola, onions, scallions, chicken bones, raw eggs, raw meat, grapes, wild mushrooms, ginger, peppers, garlic, spices, seafood, animal livers, and stimulants. Owners in feeding time should pay attention not to feed too much, too full, salty things must not feed, affecting the growth of the puppy. One of the chocolate will seriously damage the puppy’s central nervous system, leading to puppy shock and even death. It is best to feed the main puppy food, do not give the puppy food to eat human food.
When we take care of your affenpinscher, we should know that the annual cost of raising your affenpinscher, including food and treatment, veterinary care, toys and licenses, may be between $420 and $780.
-- Bearded Collie
When we take care of Bearded Collie, we need to know that she is a very confused eater because of the rich hair around her head and nose.
Schipperke is generally healthy and has no serious health problems, and has a long life span. Of course, like most purebred dogs, some genetic health conditions of Schipperke dogs are known, including eye diseases (especially multifocal retinopathy and progressive retinal atrophy, or PRA) and von Willebrand disease (hemorrhagic disease).