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What is the nutritive diet for puppy?

Hi All, I need experts advices. I have a 5 month old lab pup .Just now I am feeding him 3 times.One time Pedigree & 2 times home food . Home food includes Roti with yellow dal .Sometime roti with curd , rice with curd , rice with vegetables boil. Rice & dal .All veg . Do you think this is a good diet or not for over all growth .If not pls adv me the best home food which i can feed to him in order to cover all nutrition . Just now his weight is 19 kgs. kindly suggest . thank u so much.
By DEV RAJ · 10 Jul 2011 1:46 pm


By pennypup · 10 Jul 2011 8:04 pm
Pedigree is not a good kibble, however since you are supplimenting his food with a home cooked diet, it is better.
You may want to include boiled ground beef or chicken as well just to ensure he is getting enough protein.
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By DEV RAJ · 11 Jul 2011 9:13 am
Hi Pennypup,
Hats off to u , I always see your comments for every questions asked by pet lovers .I musy say u have a very very gud knowldge & experience with pets .
Can you pls suggest which food is best , can i give Royal canin.
In a week how many times do i give chicken to my pup with boiled rice.
pls suggest .

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By pennypup · 11 Jul 2011 11:06 pm
Hello Dev Raj,

Thanks very much! Royal Canain is a good food to feed. Much better than Pedigree.
As for the boiled chicken, giving him some daily with rice is good. 1/3 meat to 2/3 rice. =]
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By Hema · 17 Jul 2011 9:13 pm
I agree with pennypup. Pedigree is a low quality food for dogs and home made food must include some form of meat for nutrition.
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By DEV RAJ · 18 Jul 2011 3:26 pm
Thanks alot Hema .I bought Royal canin & start feeding him .
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By Hema · 20 Jul 2011 1:03 pm
Your Welcome :)
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