Can i feed boiled egg to my 2 month rottweiler puppy?

· 2018-10-22T15:19:12+0530 22 Oct 2018 3:19 pm


· 2018-10-25T15:05:59+0530 25 Oct 2018 3:05 pm
If giving packed food- soak dry kibble until soft or add half cup of water in dry food.Homefood- mini chapati half cup {curd water}/ milk water, you can add extra veYou can give Serelag (no flavor) and Royal Canon for puppies. Do not give non-vegetarian food. Try to keep the puppy's weight check.You can buy a bone to a dog for a pet shop, puppies will not bite your precious cloth and boots.ggies in that or boiled egg. plain cooked rice with peas or carrots, plain cooked meat.READ MORE : ation/documents-for-gst
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· 2018-11-14T13:24:40+0530 14 Nov 2018 1:24 pm
Yes, you can. Do not overfeed. you can give 1-2 eggs in a day
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· 2018-11-16T08:00:25+0530 16 Nov 2018 8:00 am
Yes! You can feed Boiled eggs to your 2 months Puppy however you should cut it into pieces first. I also have a Siberian Husky 3 months old Puppy. I always go to Maxvets hospitals for my new Puppies. I like them as they are the third generation of Vets trained in India and Europe. I heard they are about to launch a new Veterinary Hospital In East of Kailash with modern technology like CT scan and all which is first in North India. You can check it on .
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By Krithika · 2020-02-18T12:27:42+0530 18 Feb 2020 12:27 pm
We love eggs, don’t we? They are not only a healthy alternative but can be made in so many different (and tasty) ways. So, that brings us to the next question, is it equally good for our pets? For a matter of fact, yes! Eggs are actually very nutritious and beneficial for Rottweilers as they have nutrients that you will not find in any other food item. Eggs can actually help your Rotts to grow stronger. While you may question, what is it that eggs have that other food items don’t, right? We’re here to answer all your questions to make sure your pup leads a healthy and happy life.Eggs are loaded with protein and healthy Omega fatty acids that will make sure your pup has a slick and shiny coat. Omegas and protein also encourage healthy cell reproduction. The fatty acids support the natural oils that are secreted from pores to protect your pup’s hair and skin.Rottweilers require a very high protein diet as we mentioned. They require up to 22 to 28 per cent of protein in their daily diet. So, if you do the math, if each egg has approximately 6 grams of protein, you know you’re doing the right thing by feeding your dog eggs. This also helps in maintaining the weight of your Rott puppy.Rottweiler is also a breed that requires a lot of excercise. Hence, they need more energy in the form of protein for a healthy life. The most common way to feed eggs to your pup is to give them a raw whole egg. Note that the eggshell has some great nutrients too. The eggshell provides a source of calcium to your pup so you can try and include that in your pup’s diet too. You can feed your pup eggs as a snack during the day or include them in the main meal too. Totally depends on you. Please know that cooking the eggs is not the best choice so giving them a whole boiled egg is definitely a great option. :)
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