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Hi all I have Got a Neapolitian Mastiff female PUP 2 months and 10 days old..... I havee been giving her food 4 times a day..in fair good Qty... which includes RICE, Daliya..., Curd, Boneless chick Boiled and also the Multivitamins drops and calicium for BONES..... But still ma pup is SKINNIER...thin i mean to say.....can u suggest me if their is any problem....I have dewormed her previous month..on 26th Feb.. ...Its growth is also normal wrt to height can u tell me whatz the reason for it.... any suggesstions what else food items should i include in her diet CHART.....
By Ambrose rai · 22 Mar 2011 12:38 pm

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By Pritam · 23 Mar 2011 2:14 am
Since itz jst 2 months old....Take gud care of its diet coz of their weak digestive system....The diet for now soundz alrite....If reqd. increase the frequency to 5 times a day dividing the same amt. in 5 halves to avoid diareahha n' loose stools......Dont worry abt the weight issue since he wont fill up until abt 13-15 months old since this wud b his growing (teen hood dayz) yrs....N...his height wud grow speedily ....Thus making him luk thin.....Keep him up-to-date wid his deworming since itz the best thing to do @ first .......Prit@m!!
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By Ambrose rai · 23 Mar 2011 6:44 am
thnx pritam.....
any other advice in the comming time is welcomed...
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By Ambrose rai · 23 Mar 2011 6:44 am
thnx pritam.....
any other advice in the comming time is welcomed...
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By Sidhu Kadiyala · 23 Mar 2011 7:45 pm
also add hills peppy food in one meal upto 6 months
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By Sidhu Kadiyala · 23 Mar 2011 7:46 pm
it will help ur pups digestive and immune systems
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By Gopal Krishna · 24 Mar 2011 12:09 am
It is recommended not to fed chicken till 3-4 month. RC is a very good balance diet you can switch to that. Give her some time she will take 8-9 month to grow muscle. Good Luck!!!
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By sindhoor · 29 Mar 2011 11:24 pm
I have been strongly recommended by all vets to stick to commercially available dog food as long as the puppy is still growing. Royal Canin and Hills Science Plan are the best brands available in India and take into consideration the specific nutritional needs of your breed. The prescribed quantity and the quality of these foods are reasonably tested on many breeds. Any reason you are not feeding your dog these dog foods?
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