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How to make my 2 months Labrador pup taller?

I took a Labrador puppy 2 months back. Now I am feeding her non veg thrice in a week... is it a good idea? How to make my pup taller
By Avinash Sunny · 08 Aug 2011 9:53 pm

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By Navjot Singh · 09 Aug 2011 8:07 am
hi, ive been feeding my lab Pedigree's liver and chicken chunks since he was one and a half old. Its highly digestable and very tasty content which u can serve as a meal or mix with kibbles. Id not suggest 2 feed her home cooked meat as her digestive system is undergoing change. Just keep a good diet and shell grow taller.hope u dont expect her 2 grow height of a mastiff,height will b as per the breed standards.
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By KamalRaj J Kuppal · 10 Aug 2011 9:34 am
which line your lab belongs to? if your lab from american/field line and you expect your lab to be lean and taller if he is from british/show line then he is short and thicker. Read about these two lines of lab in internet and identify which line that your lab belongs to, and feed and exercise them accordingly.
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