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My lab is underweight I think ! He is 3 kilos only at the age of 2 1/2 months old !

My Labrador Retriever 2 1/2 months old and he is olnyb3 kilos and read online that at the age of 3 months lab puppy is of 7-10 kilos. A/c to this my puppy is underweight can anyone give me suggestions what should I do and how much food should i give to him and at what quantity?

By Kumar Divyanshu · 05 May 2016 11:48 am

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By Ritwik · 06 May 2016 2:33 pm
You puppy will eat around 120 to 200 gm of food in a day, which depends upon its activity and health. You can feed your puppy with Royal Canin Labrador junior food. Which will provide all the nutrition required by your dog at this age. Check for the deworming of puppy, if not done get your puppy dewormed. Feed your puppy in small meals, 3-4 times a day which will help to gain weight and easily digest the food.
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By Nitin Arora · 10 May 2016 5:33 pm
Do not over feed him consult the vet and he will define the exact quantity to be given to him.The best food to serve him royal canin in 3-4 times a day which will help him to gain weight.Even my lab experienced the same and out vet advised to feed him with royal canin food.Also it is more important to give your lab required attention since if he is not getting required attention from you he will get depressed and nothing will help him. So, please play with him which will make him happy and your bond will become more stronger. This is time where we need to give him all the love and later on he shower on you with love
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