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I have lab 8 mnth old,what will be the right food for him?

i have lab 8 mnth old,what will be the right food for him? i give him boiled chicken with roti 3 times a day and some vegetables and also gets calcium supplements. please advise me is this food is ok for my lovely lab?
By VIRENDER BARTHWAL · 01 Dec 2010 5:55 pm


By sandy · 02 Dec 2010 1:30 pm
yeah what u r giving is good....u can add soya nuggets as it has good proteins.....

Make sure u r lab is not obese..as labs tend to put on lot of fat so give it lot of exercise as well...
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By Nishaant · 13 Dec 2010 4:35 pm
You can give him REJOINT tablets mfd by Piramal Healthcare - Composition contaning Glucosamine 500mg & Chondroitin 400 mg. A 20 kilo dog would need two tablets a day. A 40 kilo would need four tablets a day. These are safe supplements. You may also give fish oil supplements but give Vit E with that as fish oil supplements deplets vit E from the body.
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By Srkpriv · 03 Jan 2011 7:58 am
I would advice against giving soya. Chicken is meat and good source of protein. I would advice though giving organ meat in smaller quantities once or twice a week. Dogs are carnivores, cereals are not generally well digested by dogs, instead of wheat you could give rice as it is more palatable. Diversity in food is good you could try other foods like egg, fish etc as those contain valuable nutrition and your dog will love the variety. Also, you don't have to give him food 3 times a day instead 2 should be sufficient. In addition, few times a week a vitamin and mineral supplement should be quite sufficient. Remember, you don't have to give perfect proportions, balance is achieved over time.
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