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Suggest diet for my labrador puppy?

i bought labrador puppy when he was 40 days old and weighed 4 kgs now he is 55 days old weighing 6.700 kgs healthy . i give him one cup of buffalo milk mixed with one cup of water in morning at 7.30 and then one small bowl of pedigree with milk at 11.00,follwed by same at 3.30 or 4. and at night round about at 9.00 give him milk +pedigree on cup+one wheat chapati. what would u suggest i would change his diet and he now day tries to bite everything and sleps much dosent want to go out of our bunglow gate.reply pls
By yatinder · 23 Feb 2009 12:05 am


By hardyboy · 23 Feb 2009 1:07 am
buddy if u can afford then go for royal cannin junior specially for labs....or eugakanda .......max junior etc.......because pedigree is very low grade food.........give calcium to ur dog twice a day upto 1 to 1.5 years of age because bones will get stronger........in fact the whole body structure will improve....
now he is developing its teeth that's y he tries to bite very thing because of itching in his teeth........give him some chew bones of calcium available in market.....of small size or chew sticks like choc sticks.......or some toys specially for pets......available in market.
puppies generally sleep very much......as they grow older they also grow in confidence n becomes active....spend time wid him ...play wid him so that he becomes active.....
otherwise lab is a breed which sleeps very much.......try to socialize ur dog a young age wid people n other dogs......
the puppy will take at least 1 to 1.5 months to adjust in new environment .......one he knows the place he will start his activities ..........
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