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My puppy is not drinking water, What to do?

I have Labrador puppy which is 2 months old. Now I am feeding cerelac milk and curd and rice. The problem is that it is not drinking water. Generally dogs become healthy by taking plenty of water. when I try to give the water to my puppy it is irritating to drink. what should I do to drink water to my puppy. Please don't answer that puppies don't drink water because I have another puppy of same age . They drinks plenty of water.
By Rangoonkumar · 30 Apr 2014 9:54 pm

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By Navjot Singh · 01 May 2014 3:09 pm
The reason is you are already feeding him liquified diet like milk. You shouldn't be feeding milk to a dog because dogs are lactose intolerant. Milk can cause stomach issues and can eventually damage the liver in younger dogs. My advice to you is to feed cerelac without milk. After few days, you can start feeding royal canine. You can continue to feed curd. You can add chicken breast (minced ) in rice.
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