• Whatsapp Whatsapp
      • DogSpot makes shopping easier via instant messaging!
        Whatsapp us on +91- 9599090487 and let us know what your furry friend requires and we will get your order delivered.

Is that true Neapolitan Mastiff need moderate amount of exercise and walk?

Hi all. I have bought a female Neapolitan Mastiff when she was 2 months old. Now she is 5 months and 16 days older. I am very concerned about her Growth. Because everyone says and have read on net that the Neapolitan Mastiff grow rapidly and enormously. Te breeder from whom I have bought her has a classy , heavy boned and headed mother Neapolitan Mastiff. My Neapolitan Mastiff still looks like a 2 -3 months old pup and not gaining height and weight. I have been feeding her over home made fo od, like daliya, rice, with milk, curd butter milk, sometime vegges and chicken, and also feeding her over royal canine food for pups but still no growth can be seen. Also about the exercise of the Neapolitan Mastiff are concerned, they need moderate amount of exercise and walk Is that true? As I have read over net and my breeder also told me about this. let me know your worthy advice and suggestions. rgds ambrose
By Ambrose rai · 17 Jun 2011 8:03 am


By Anil @ DoggiesDude · 17 Jun 2011 6:00 pm
diet seems not complete. less source of animal protein . keep meat % atleast 60%
No Comments · Post Comments
By Ambrose rai · 17 Jun 2011 9:21 pm
can u write down some proper diet combination ..like in grams/or lbs
it willl be helpful fr me...
i am feeding her 3 times a day.....
if possible let me know the right combination of the ingriedients to be used

No Comments · Post Comments
By Anil @ DoggiesDude · 17 Jun 2011 9:37 pm
well homemade diet suggested is about 60% meat (chicken, lamb,beef) 20% veggies 5% organ (liver) 5% raw bones and 10% rice (for carbohydrates).
This is basic.. watch her growth and change as per needed. if stool is soft, reduce veggies add more bones. start with chicken as its easy to digest. after 2 weeks rotate the meat source. variety is key.
No Comments · Post Comments
yashkant gaur
By Priyanka Datt · Dog Care · 30 Aug 2017 11:34 am ·
yashkant gaur
By Sushma Reddy · Adoption · 03 Apr 2015 2:28 pm ·
yashkant gaur
By vaishali · Dog Training · 12 Nov 2014 10:48 pm ·
yashkant gaur
By Radhika Ghosal · Diseases · 04 Nov 2014 3:37 pm ·
yashkant gaur
By gopi · Surgery · 04 Oct 2014 7:22 pm ·
yashkant gaur
By srikar datta · Dog Food · 27 Sep 2014 7:09 pm ·

Ask a Question

Related Articles
  • Follow Us:

Views and Articles are not endorsed by DogSpot.in. DogSpot does not assume responsibility or liability for any Comment or for any claims, damages, or losses resulting from any use of the Site or the materials contained therein. All contributions and Articles are owned by DogSpot.in.