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I have a Lab puppy of 2 months,can anyone suggest me food for him?

Hey guys! I have a Lab puppy of 2 months... We are him Ceralac & Puppy Pedigeri... But can somebody suggest what else we can give him to eat (can we feed him chicken?)... He is I think also suffering from some cold and chest congession.
By Jatin Karwasra · 28 Dec 2008 5:18 pm


By MAVI KENNEL · 28 Dec 2008 9:36 pm
u can feed royal canin dog food its result is far better than pedigree
or fed imas dog food and pls go to any good and reputed vet coz u r saying he is suffering from cold cough
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By Saugat Sanyal · 29 Dec 2009 10:49 am
Do not feed him cerelac. Puppies cannot digest milk products as a result they have dierriah. Please consult your vet for alernatives, yes Royal Canin is far superior to Pedigree.
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By Priya Shergill · 03 Jan 2009 4:40 pm
With Royal Canin you must follow the chart on the pack for the amount of feed you give him. He can be on the Starter pack now and after three months, on the Junior Pack for Labradors. Royal Canin is a little heavy for our weather conditions so maintain the feed at less than what is shown on the chart. No supplements are required. Remember your Dog will be about 30Kg in weight as an adult so you can base your calculations on that as shown on the pack. Please do contact your Vet for his Cold and Congestion as a prolonged Cough can lead to complications.
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By ANUPAM KACHHAP · 12 Mar 2009 10:43 pm
hey one more thing when u buy any product from the pet shop just check the % of protein and then buy it as the pup needs loads of proteinous diet.. thanks
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