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Am I overfeeding my 2 months old Lab?

hi, i hv a 2 mnth old lab.. m feedin my pup royal canin strter. d followin is his feedin schedule: 100ml water wid 1.5 spoon samolac n 1 spoon rc- 3 times 100ml rice water with i spoon rc-3 times small roti- 2 times m i overfeedin my pup? n also der is always a red discharge near his eyes.
By shreyank · 11 Nov 2009 3:06 pm

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By Arpit · 11 Nov 2009 5:36 pm
hav u consulted a vet. vaccination schedule starts from 6 weeks onwards.so lets not get late if not yet done. I believe the quantity of food is too much for a starter.
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By Dinkar Singh · 11 Nov 2009 6:02 pm
At two months you can start giving your puppy RC puppy food. RC has a specialised lab food which can be given based on the age of the dog.

Just RC along with multi vitamin and calcium advised by your vet is good enough.

Do not make your puppy fat. All dogs/ puppies have a little discharge from the eye generally in the morning, like we human. The eye discharged should be cleaned with a wet cotton and then with a dry cotton. Without seeing one cannot say anything, but if the discharge is more then show to a vet. Also winter is coming so keep your pup dry and warm specially at night.
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By shreyank · 11 Nov 2009 6:13 pm
thnks for replyin. his 1st vaccinatn is done n 2nd is on 20th.. m givin him multi vitamin and calcium..
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