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I have 2 month old Lab female puppy, i want to know that what is the good types of food for her?

i have 2 month old lab female puppy. i want to know that what is the good types of food for her. plz give me the details of pet food.
By vikas talegaonkar · 02 Aug 2008 3:30 pm


By Rana Atheya · 03 Aug 2008 1:28 am
Royal Canine is supposed to be one of the best foods. Depends a lot on availability around ur area
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By vikas talegaonkar · 04 Aug 2008 11:09 am
i don't understand about royal canine. plz define it.
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By Jatin · 04 Aug 2008 6:53 pm
Royal Canine is the Companys name...Just like Pedigree food, you can visit a Good Vet Doctor in your area and tell him that you need Royal Canine Dog Food.

He would surely be able to help you.
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By vikas talegaonkar · 05 Aug 2008 12:48 pm
how much and no. of times i give royal canine food for my 2 month lab puppy
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By Rana Atheya · 05 Aug 2008 12:51 pm
2 months old should get 4-5 times a day, quantity you need to read on the Royal Canine pack
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By vikas talegaonkar · 05 Aug 2008 2:38 pm
hi rana, thanks for this useful information. i asked one qus. that royal canine food same as pidegree food or not. and does the royal canine food mixed with others like milk and daliya or only pure royal canine giving puppy.
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By vikas talegaonkar · 05 Aug 2008 2:52 pm
but 15 days ago i gived her pedigree than my puppy does not well and she vometing many times. so if royal canine food same eefect so what can i do and what is cost of royal canine.
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By vikas talegaonkar · 05 Aug 2008 7:09 pm
you said "it slowly in the food" which type of food or only started pure royal cannin.
One thing problem that in our city royal cannin not available so anyother alternate
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By Ishwinder Singh · 16 Aug 2008 8:36 am
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By Parminderdeep Singh Mangat · 07 Oct 2008 9:00 pm
You may also go for Propett puppy large breed till 12 months This is also good food for dogs
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By Anil @ DoggiesDude · 09 Oct 2008 10:59 pm
The Labrador Retriever originated in Newfoundland and further developed in England. Besides being a famous gun dog, the Lab has become a renowned police and war dog and a trusted guide dog for the blind. The Labrador Retriever is also only one of the few breeds known to produce an oil through the pores of the skin. It will develop a very dry and brittle coat in a very short period of time when the entire Linoleic acid group is not present in its daily diet. The Linoleic acid group consist of three fatty acids: Oleic, Linolenic and Linoleic. The best commercial sources of these fatty acids for the Labrador Retriever are fish oil, linseed oil, or cold pressed wheat germ oil.

In Newfoundland the primary food sources were caribou, fish, and whale fats. In England the food sources were poultry, fish, wheat, and dairy products. The combined effect of foods from these two areas resulted in the development of a breed requiring a diet low in carbohydrates yet high in fats. The source of the fat is also important; the Labrador Retriever has a difficult time assimilating beef fat but thrives on poultry fat, fish oil, or vegetable fats.

For the Labrador Retriever
its recommended foods that contain fish, poultry, lamb, and green vegetables. However, for this breed you should avoid foods that are a blend of beef, beets, corn, and soy.
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By Aashima · 10 Oct 2008 2:26 pm
Would like to share my view.I got a male lab pup in Apr'08.he was just a month old. This was my family's first exp. so we were extremely finicky abt his food and also naive at the same time.every scnd day we used to visit vet.The vet from whom i bought said we shld feed him pedigree.U know wat...he used just vomit it out.Then i consulted anothr vet.He adviced to feed cerelac wd water for frst three months. it just suited him so well.he loved eating it.thn from 4th month onwards feed him thin chapattis wid milk.If ur dog vomits after taking milk then stop giving him milk.most likely milk does not suit him.common wid many dogs.Feed her in 3-4 hours gap.u can give her marie biscuits too...but not more than 4 in a day.
I'll be glad if u find it useful.
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By Balvindar singh · 30 Jun 2010 11:09 am
It's really a very gud information Aashima and Anil. Don't feed pedigree (puppy weaning) to a labrador puppy, cuz it contains corn n it totally affects the digestive system of the puppy. I've a two month old female labrador puppy. I started feeding pedigree four times a day and the next day morning it started bleeding while pooping and my vet told not to feed pedigree and adviced to go with cerelac. It works really gud and she loves cerelac. But still i'd like to feed her some veggies n fruits. It'll b better someone suggest homemade recipes which is really gud for her health n growth???? Thank you.
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By Nishith Nayak · 04 May 2013 8:22 am
just give her pedigree professional large breed puppy....
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My 4 months old mix male black lab puppy is berry skinny...how can I fat to my puppy please give me idea
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