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I bought a new Labrador pup, how to keep him healthy?

I bought a new Labrador pup of 28 days old and now he is of 37 days old. I want to know what diet should be given to him. Presently I am feeding him with samolac 2 times a day, curd and milk with bread. He does not drink water at all, What can be the reason for this? Also he is having problem of lose motion since last two days. It also occurred after 2 days I bought him but the medicine was given to him. Please advice me for how to keep him healthy and proper diet.

By Er Sumeet Walia · 24 May 2014 5:26 pm

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By Adnan Khan · 27 May 2014 2:02 pm
Hi Sumeet,

Having noted your concern, I would recommend changing his diet a little bit.
- Please avoid milk as most dogs are lactose intolerant.
- Try milk replacers like Samolac (beaphor or Royal Canin). Since you are using those I suggest no milk. Curd is fine.
- Avoid bread or roti or other carbs also for a while.
- A little curd his fine for his loose motions.
- Try water from a baby bottle but hydration is very essential.

Please let me know how it goes. Good luck.
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By Er Sumeet Walia · 30 May 2014 9:11 am
Thanx for your guidance...
Well now he is fine...He z taking curd, samolac and pedigree.
Still he doesnt drink water but I have increased the proportion of water when giving hin samo and pedi..
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