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What to fooe my Boxer, please suggest?

Hi I have a 2month old Boxer puppy. He comes from American parents(as claimed by the vet). I give him four meals a deal, at an interval of 5-6 hours. I am currently feeding him eukanuba boiled in water about one serving spoon along with some curd. My question is am i giving him enough food for his growth? Along with this i give him 2 ml of osto pet in the night and 2ml of pet care syrup in the morning. I the past I had a boxer and he was totally fed on home food, though we had no complaints about his height weight and size, many people said he was not as big as a boxer should be. Thanks guys for viewing this and answering my query :).
By Kunal Sodhi · 01 Nov 2010 10:38 am


By Kunal Sodhi · 01 Nov 2010 10:41 am
Please read four meals A DAY.
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By Kapil Chaudhary · 01 Nov 2010 3:49 pm
I Have 1 saint Bernard and 1 Lab, i used to give them eukenuba but from past 3 months i m feeding home made food and believe me the are doing good, no health issues either.

there are different people with different opinion, choice is yours.

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By Shalin · 01 Nov 2010 6:40 pm
i have a boxer form american line and he is only given home made food and no issues. home made food is any day better than any other food.
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By Shalin · 01 Nov 2010 6:41 pm
i would love to see a pic of his.
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By sandy · 02 Nov 2010 7:16 pm
Try Royal Canine baby dog for 2 months and u will see results...

Separately, 60% of the factors are hereditary so American lineage itself doesn't guarantee u have the best, u should study the lineage and see how the parents are, most probably u r dog would resemble like that when it is fully grown...
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