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I have a 5 month German Shepherd is not eating.

I have been feeding him Royal Canin German Shepherd Junior food and have tried feeding him other kibble food too. At present he is eating boiled chicken with bones, chicken liver and gizzard mixed with rice, 1 boiled egg in every meal, 3 times a day. He weighs 14 kgs and looks very weak. How do I improve his health and eating habits.

By Shree Hari K · 09 Jul 2015 6:37 pm


By Admin · 11 Jul 2015 7:41 pm
Hi Shree Hari KAs pups grow they tend to develop aversion to food and kibbles. You can feed kibble with boiled egg / boiled chicken. Chewing kibble reduces the onset of dental problems. You can combine chicken stock + boiled chicken + kibble and give it to your pooch.You may also want to connect with a veterinarian for a complete health check of your pup. Hope this helps!RegardsTeam DogSpot
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