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Can we give him self cooked food, should we give salt, sugar, haldi in the cooked food?

Hi Friends, i recently got a 2 month GSD puppy, he is active but pee's a lot. Is it natural. Can any body guide me about what should be the diet menu for him and how many times we should feed him .Can we give him self cooked food, should we give salt, sugar, haldi in the cooked food? Please guide. Thanks in advance.
By kuljeet chaudhary · 26 Apr 2010 6:40 pm

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By Dinkar Singh · 26 Apr 2010 7:05 pm
At 2 months feed him 4 meals a day. generally after they wake up they wud pee and then after food say 15 minutes or so they shud again pee and shit. At 2 months they cannot control their bladder. No salt etc. A veg or non veg brooth/ soup with rice or roti shud be fine. I personally prefer packet food as it is convient. like Royal Canin or Eukanoba. RC also has a food just for GSDs.

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