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What can i feed my 26 days old Cocker Spaniel?

I've got a 26days old American Cocker Spaniel,Mustard!The breeder has advised to give him 'cerelac' 4-5times a day in small amounts. and he's doing good with that so far. just wanted to know what more can be given to him,what points to keep in mind while nurturing him,coz he's such a tiny baby!
By Abhilasha Sharma · 05 Dec 2011 10:57 am

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By vignesh · 05 Dec 2011 3:49 pm
its too young to bring pup to home.....minimum age is 45 days.....he is not good breeder it seems
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By Abhilasha Sharma · 05 Dec 2011 4:18 pm
the breeeder was lil reluctant,bt it ws my brthday so my husband got it with all the necessary thngs to keep him warm n comfy,n he's doin well. need suggstns to take it further frm here!
wat can b fed or how frequently...coz ryt knw he just eats n sleeps apart frm doin the 'daily duties'.
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By Shalin · 05 Dec 2011 6:00 pm
milk can be given but with water added,otherwise cerelac is as good as it gets.but he will not like it for a long time,i guess after 45-50 days.then you can shift to milk....curd can also be given.
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By D.chakrabarty · 05 Dec 2011 6:28 pm
actually since thepup is soooo small, no matter whatever u feed him it will be immuno deficient for life.
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By Anil @ DoggiesDude · 05 Dec 2011 6:41 pm
you should study BEFORE getting a pup.Hopelessly you are playing with a life.You got the puppy too late. he is a old stock..26 days old.. should get a pup when born..first day fresh stock......sic
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By Ayon Saha · 05 Dec 2011 7:44 pm
As u can see you have blundered...the best suggestion is that if u can return it to its mom and take it back when it is at least 40-45days old!!!

> Do NOT give milk...it causes stomach upset. Give curd made at home, from double toned milk. [Not recommended now].
> Give light meals. Dont feed much at one time. Min. 6 meals a day is recommended.
> You can interchange between Neslac and cerelac (Stage 1, wheat/rice) between meals.
> Mixture solution should not be very concentrated.
> No medicines are recommended right now but start as early as it is 35days old (At least A-Z multivitamin & multimineral drops). [You can keep Neopeptine Drops as an emergency measure]
> Protect from cold and take good care of it!!

I just forgot 1 thing, I will tell you when i remember.

Visit a vet when its 35-40days old.

[Expert comments will help you better than mine].
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By vignesh · 05 Dec 2011 7:50 pm
my best advice for you pls leave him with his mother and take him after 45days....50 days will be better.....pls dont feed milk and any other things just return him ASAP
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By Anil @ DoggiesDude · 05 Dec 2011 8:27 pm
no point of returning now as mother might not accept the back. Simply give Cerelac mixed with warm water/milk about 6 times a day. 2 scoops per meal. Keep this for 2 weeks. Then shift to puppy starter of Eukanuba. Avoid Royal canin. give 4 times a day. Deworm the pup using Nemocid. 2.5 ml 2 times a day for 2 day. repeat after 2 weeks. A bit of hard work but will pay in long run. all the best
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By Abhilasha Sharma · 05 Dec 2011 9:17 pm
@Anil..m taking care of it to the best to my knowldge,keepin him warm,under a continuously lit 60w bulb (thts how it was kept by the owner),covered in cotton mattress. apparently,it was under a lactating Pug,who had got her own litter around same time. he's doing fine with cerelac with warm water 5times a day. m giving him 2drops twice a day of liver tonic(Livgivan,ayurvedic drops for pets) and VenGro each (as informd by the owner/breeder).Milk is strictly NO - NO,tht m aware..m ready for the hard work,coz i fell in love with him whn i first handled him.
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By Anil @ DoggiesDude · 05 Dec 2011 9:26 pm
keep the bulb at height else will dehydrate the pup. you are doing great as per the details provided..kudos and happy puppyhood...
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By Abhilasha Sharma · 05 Dec 2011 9:40 pm
thanks @anil! hv kpt the bulb high,and there is space for him to move away frm heat in case he finds it uncomfrtble.wil look out for ur suggstns ..
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By gautam sawant · 06 Dec 2011 4:39 pm
welcome to the club
happy petting
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By Shalin · 08 Dec 2011 6:58 pm
dont worry the pup will be fine.....though it is very young,but nothing can be done now.all you can do is look towards the future..all the best and keep posting.
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