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Many dog owners are the first time to raise a dog, so many of them are inexperienced. Especially when a dog is pregnant and gives birth to a newborn dog, they are at a loss and do not know how to feed. This article briefly explains the how much formula should a newborn puppy eat, hoping to help the owner.
There are a number of owners of German shepherd puppies who have brought their favorite German shepherd puppy home, but they don't know how to feed it. They are afraid that their poor feeding may cause abnormal discomfort in the body of the German shepherd puppy. So how much should a German shepherd puppy eat? This article focuses on feeding German Shepherd Dogs.
The relative weight of the digestive tract of large dogs accounts for only 2.8% of body weight, while smaller dogs account for 7% of body weight. Therefore, large dogs have a larger appetite, but their metabolism is slower than that of small dogs. Therefore, in order to maintain a healthy body, they are the calorie and fat requirements are relatively small. At the same time, large dogs have larger body skeletons and stronger joints, so they need extra minerals such as calcium and phosphorus. When feeding large dogs, special care should be taken not to overfeed. Overfeeding will not only cause some common health problems in pet dogs, but if their weight exceeds the capacity of their skeleton, it will also cause body deformities, especially in their childhood and adolescence. So how much to feed a large breed puppy?